I am quite happy with what I’ve achieved today. It’s nothing big but worth to be noted.
First, I have finally finished the user manual of one of the systems in the office. I’ve been working on it for a month and just couldn’t finish it because it’s too boring for me. All I had to do is to find something interesting about it that will kickstart my momentum–Flowcharts and workflows!
Second, I’ve managed to steal 2 hours and spend it on reading the book The Goal by Eliyahu Goldratt. I’m almost done with it and I’m going to write a brief review about it. What’s even better is that I read it in the Jurong Regional Library. I should go there more often. They have so many empty chairs with very few moving shadows.
Third, the talk conducted by Dr. Nguyen was informative and his accent is a breath of fresh air to my ears. I want to hear more of that accent–no discrimination intended.
Fourth, I didn’t eat rice during lunch and dinner. Dinner was broccoli, cauliflower, two apples, kimchi and mandarin orange.
Tomorrow is the start of #Movember. I am going to support this event!