An Experiment in Scotch

"I write to discover what I believe." Michael Lopp on Twitter

Random Update

I haven’t felt much like doing any­thing lately, much less writ­ing so it’s been quiet around the Exper­i­ment. How­ever, I think things are turn­ing around as the days are get­ting longer, I’m start­ing to exer­cise again and I start a new job today. So go me. I’m com­ing up with my New Year’s Res­o­lu­tions + 15 days and I’ll prob­a­bly write about those soon. Do you have any res­o­lu­tions? Is it a reg­u­lar thing? Does it ever work?

I’m pretty ner­vous and anx­ious about the new job but it should be a good one so once I work through the first week or so, those feel­ings should start to subside.

We had a good Christ­mas and I’ll write about that later as well.


  1. Every year my only res­o­lu­tion has been to not have any New Year’s res­o­lu­tions. So far, so good…

  2. Hey Brett! Didn’t get to see you at Improv­ing, but wel­come aboard! I’m look­ing for­ward to work­ing with you.

  3. I’ve never made a list per se, but usu­ally there is a gen­eral feeling–probably due to the post-holiday funk and spend­ing regrets–of a need to find a prob­lem so that there will be some­thing to resolve. This year — give back more, smile more, exer­cise, try yoga, get more sun. Where’s your list, Brett?
    By the way — Wel­come to Improving!

  4. Scotch Drinker

    January 9, 2008 at 12:25 pm

    I don’t have a list yet this year and even hav­ing a list is rea­son­ably new to me. One of the ben­e­fits of hav­ing the list is to actu­ally post it some­where so you can always remember.

    That said, my list-to-be that’s in my head con­sists of improv­ing my med­i­ta­tion habits, my yoga habits and my run­ning habits. Also, I want to do some sort of Project 365 where you do a par­tic­u­lar thing each day, like take a photo or write a blog post. I’m just not sure yet what it’s going to be.

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