I am sitting in my kitchen with the kids, who are watching a Scooby Doo video (hey, it’s Friday afternoon, and they’ve had plenty of skiing and sledding, and we’re all fried.) My legs are sore from spinning, and my brain hurts from all the different writing projects in which I find myself immersed. But some things have changed this month, even with the epic break from blogging. When I was blogging every day, I was more creative and more productive with my other work. When I stopped, my other work derailed, too. In that same period, though, I got my workout mojo working…so now, the trick is to keep the changes, and make them work in combination. Which brings me right back to, you guessed, it the 30 Hour Day. I’ll be starting on this on Feb 1, and I’d love company. You don’t have to be insane about it (good lord, none of us needs another stressful obligation) but just, I guess, mindful of how you spend your time, and willing to share it and have others ask you about it. Let me know if you’re in!