I usually write thoughtful pieces on Thursdays because it kinda rhymes, but when I wake up at 6 a.m., I become productive doing all the things that don’t need to be done. Probably because it took me three tries to get the periods in the correct place for “a.m..”
What I did instead of writing a thoughtful post:
I redesigned my site in such subtle ways that no one will notice, but it still took me two hours to finish. During that time I broken my site not once, not twice, but three times, but I was too tired to freak out, which is an unexpected bonus of this waking up early plan.
I made this poster:
I updated my disclaimer policy to include this line for companies who want to work with me “… but be aware: I am always honest and I firmly believe that I deserve money for my work.” I took out the line about possibly setting their product on fire.
I looked at the picture of myself trying to fall asleep with the knowledge I would be waking up at 6 a.m..
I looked at the picture of myself waking up at 6 a.m..
Between these important achievements, I did research for another website immediately after telling her I’d do it this weekend, I got into an imaginary fight with one company, I got into a (completely justified) argument with another, and I talked aloud and to myself multiple times in public.
This 30 day wake up project is going really well. As is this post. And my use of punctuation.
I have no idea how to end a thoughtless post.
An awkward group hug?
Maybe I’ll just say: See you tomorrow and thanks for being awesome enough to have reached the end of this post.