Déjà Vu

When you smash things out quickly – as I’m doing with these updates – it’s easy to forget what you’ve written, even from just a few weeks back.

It happened yesterday, when I wrote about structing this course around a bunch of practical projects. I had that funny feeling of Déjà Vu. Typically it happened right after I hit publish.

Have I written this before?

I soon realised I shared these exact same ideas in a previous update.

But that’s ok. It’s all part of the process. Things take time, sometimes a few times to make sense of. What I like about these updates is they’re unpolished and real – you’re getting it as I’m getting it, exactly how it is.

Anyway. Today I spent the day working on my year end review. I didn’t do much else. It felt good to find some flow and spend the whole day writing – getting thoughts out of your head and into some sort of order. It’s been a while since I’ve had the luxury of writing all day.

One more day of that, please. It’s all I ask.

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