One of the things that tells me that I may be recovering from COVID-19 is that I’m able to once again go on walks before bed. I use a step counter watch, and while I’m not yet able to reach 15,000 steps — which was my average in February — in the last week, I’ve been able to walk an average of 8500 steps every day.
This may not be as healthy a habit as in February, but it sure does save me time.
I’m pretty skillful at creating really useful and organized to-do lists. It’s the crossing off part that causes me problems.
I developed the Applause Technique as a gift to my wife. I knew that one of the traditional concerns of many women is that men leave the toilet seat up. Ashara wasn’t complaining about this habit of mine any more, but I knew that it had once been a concern.
At the very least, by changing this habit, I’ve at long last given her something about me to brag about. Continue reading