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Monday, June 1, 2009

June Resolution

Howdy all,

So, we all have that one nagging hobby ghost that jumps out of our closet every so often "booing" us with a sore reminder of how little progress we have made on the radioactive shielding that is our miniatures collection. My ghost is a pretty scary one and I don't even own that much. Anyway, seeing as I can't afford Ghostbusters and this metaphor is already growing stale let me get onto the point.

For the month of June, I am going to set a goal to work on something every day. Now, this may seem a bit on the impossible side and I already have taken into account the days where I may not be able to, but that means some days I'll have to make up for those days. I am not setting any particular goals, just something simple - at least 15 min of hobby time every day. If I get more in, then great. In any case, I'm making progress.

To share with you, how this is all working, I will post a weekly progress report so you can see how well I succeed or fail. If I do well, then I will have to continue this plan and we may very well see a more vibrant blog from me to share with you all.

So, here we go. Night #1 and it's 10:00pm. How much can I get done?

-Eli

5 comments:

  1. Man, I hear you on that. It's usually weeks or months in between painting sessions for me too.

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  2. Good luck keeping up with that. I know how difficult it can be to find the time and the motivation simultaneously.

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  3. Good luck, Eli!

    I'll try to do the same. Heck, even making a battle report posting counts, right? That took at least 15 minutes...

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  4. No way J!

    Heehee, you know better.

    Posting on your blog doesn't count. The idea is to try to make a dent in the physical aspects of the hobby.

    For my own purposes I am considering the following sorts of things - painting, priming, basing, terrain building, scenario or rules writing.

    Posting to my blog will not be counted because it does nothing, save for motivation, to get the task accomplished.

    -Eli

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  5. Woa, every day? Impossible! (for me anyway) My resolution is to finish a project before starting a new one (also impossible).

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