Happy 2020 to the Europeans already!
I was thinking recently about how @bee and I have TagTime data on ourselves going back 12 years, when @faire was born, and that is a very strong psychological pull to not ever let that data get interrupted.
If we start something like that Right Now (or in the next 7 hours for us) and can get past The Dip, then we can create more things with that kind of psychological pull.
A colored chart like we’ve done for maniac weeks in the past (or maybe just the last quasi-maniac week, earlier this year, that we failed to tell people about) that shows how we spend every hour of every day for the rest of our lives? Maybe it’s no harder than TagTime is. Or maybe we just want to be making cool visualizations from TagTime data.
Maybe at least just a daily journal? Ooh, what about the equivalent of changelog.beeminder.com for oneself? Like every day you have to record a new thing you learned or accomplished or some improvement you made that’s visible to friends and family? (Loved-one-visible improvement = LOVIe?)
Neglect-minding a Trello board of people I want to keep in contact with. Very gradually breaking up with amazing friends by failing to ever talk to them sucks.
A photo-collage of everything you put in your body in 2020 would be pretty cool, and motivating. I’m not too inclined to do this myself but it’s a cool idea some of you may like…