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Sunday (10/23/11) 3:53pm - ... wherein Peter re-jiggers the unemployment schedule.

Following up on this post, I have a new version of the daily schedule I intend to keep while I'm unemployed.

12:00-12:30pm:  exercise bike/read
12:30-1:15pm:  more exercise
1:15pm-1:30pm:  shower, etc.
1:30pm-2:00pm:  breakfast [Internet on]
2:00pm-2:20pm:  guitar
2:20pm-2:50pm:  errands/housecleaning [Internet on]
2:50pm-3:30pm:  blog + correspondence [Internet on]
3:30pm-4:00pm:  trumpet
4:00pm-4:30pm:  piano
4:30pm-6:30pm:  video editing
6:30pm-7:00pm:  lunch [Internet on]
7:00pm-11:00pm:  rehearsal/socializing [Internet on]
11:00pm-11:30pm:  dinner [Internet on]
11:30pm-11:45pm:  meditate
11:45pm-12:05am:  blog + correspondence
12:05am-12:15am:  Spanish entries
12:15am-12:45am:  diary
12:45am-3:45am:  writing project
3:45am-4:00am:  get ready for bed
4:00am:  asleep

Basically, the big changes since last time are that:
1.  I've settled on three non-writing projects:  trumpet, piano, and film editing.
2.  I've moved all the music to one predictable chunk of time in the mid-afternoon.

Mood: [mood icon] contemplative · Music: none
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Date:Monday (10/24/11) 10:52am
I was curious to see this because I kept meaning to touch base with you on one part of this... When I get to commute early and come home for a bit, Monday-Thursdays on non-briefing days, it will usually be arriving between 3:30 and 4:00, leaving by 6:00ish?

I'm not saying you need to adjust anything, and depending on what's going on, I often won't be there at all. I just thought you might want to know the "sometimes" schedule of mine that I currently have at IBM.
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Date:Monday (10/24/11) 11:17am
Aha!  Thanks for the heads-up; I'm sure I can move the blocks around a bit.  The main thing is to get the 'trumpet' half-hour out of your way, because I'll probably spend about six months sounding like a car alarm with tuberculosis. :)
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