I have accomplished the goal of the last month: moving to Newport Beach.
GC: kick start;
networking: online and offline;
finish BAR and TYM;
home decoration: minimalist style, setup internet and TV, buy furniture and grocery;
Bold, Discipline, Action.
DONE. pernsonnale meeting F10pm-1pm;
DONE. schedule and discuss the teaching load for 4;
2 meetings’ reimbursements;
DONE. Fix the car: battery hard to start, noise when accelerate and rough turn, water, change oil, car key battery, low tire pressure, Call for Friday afternoon, 1:30 pm;
DONE. Return the shoes to Macy;
DONE. BAR: 3d, finish the computation;
DONE. CDM: 1d, finalize the paper for SSRN;
TYM: start writing;
DONE. Review report (accept);
clean up the mail;
DONE. pay credit card;
DONE. pay bills;
DONE. pay ATT online;
DONE. change online addresses;
submit the move-in form to the rental office;
DMV: registration, change the address;
DONE. cancel the property insurance policy: 0D12126;
DONE. set up gas and electricity online payment;
ask TL to stop by T-mobile to cancel international call;
DONE. draft the reference letter for T, 4h;
register health care plan, 2h;
schedule dentist visit;
physical examination, schedule and visit;
DONE. buy contact lens;
LASIK eye surgery;
see the dentist;
Buy new iPhone;
DONE. buy books: By the book: the right and wrong of dismal science;
update my cv: thesis supervision, teaching S15;
DONE. buy the cartridge on Amazon;
make homepage for SX;
Ask AP: marketing, reference point, Hart;
it took you two months long to make the move. The moral is that, 1) set the budget, and 2) choose between the best two.
Think twice, but no more. At the end of the day, you must act.
Now live the life you deserve.
I read the first blog a while ago when I was lost. I wasn’t seeking grand, magic solution. But the minimalist philosophy clicks—it focuses your attention on what truly matters.