Yesterday was a VERY long day - my sister took me out to a museum and a movie and dinner and I was totally wiped out by it. So today’s main goal was to take it fairly easy.
I finished another Virtue Personal Progress experience, made some notes in my journal about one of the long-term ones, and started up on the second Integrity experience. I also listened to a ton of General Conference music, read about eight General Conference talks, and continued my efforts towards getting myself to pray daily and substantially.
I also did a lot of work on Khan Academy - I’d like to try to finish the decimals section tomorrow. I’ve decided I want to finish all the exercises even if I never take the GMAT. It still really bugs me that I didn’t finish Calculus in college, and that I’ve lost a lot of my skills in statistics and such. Also, the Khan stuff is really good for keeping myself engaged intellectually, and for keeping tabs on how bad my cognitive dysfunction is currently. When doing ten long division problems is too hard, you know you’re in bad shape, right?
And I’ve started a new “to do” list idea - I’m making cards up with the names of “infrequent” and “annual” chores around the house. Stuff like taking my winter coat to the cleaners, replacing shower curtain liners, getting my car’s alignment checked/adjusted, etc. The idea is that I can flip through all the ones that haven’t been done lately and just pick one at random, do it, and move it to the “done recently” pile. This will let me feel less like a loser for not doing stuff, and focus on the stuff I actually HAVE done. In theory.
Still to come today: I have to get back on track reading the Book of Mormon. I have to eat dinner. And I have to either do laundry or find something to wear tomorrow.