30 Days 30 Minutes

I am happy to report that I've completed 30 days straight of my 30 minutes daily challenge. It took me 55 days to complete due to a couple broken streaks. Looking back at my 7 day report, I wanted to increase the amount of time I spent in each session (e.g. more than 30 minutes). I can confidently say that the average time has increased, though I don't have any concrete numbers since I didn't record any of it. I also have to admit on some days I didn't complete a full 30 minutes, but I'm happy I at least did some work.

Some of the things I worked on include:

You can find the exhaustive list on my Twitter page.

I'm ecstatic that I could accomplish all the things above while having a full-time job and maintaining a balanced life.

One thing that stands out to me is how dispersed my efforts were. I don't think that is a bad thing, but I wonder how much I can get done if I focus on one thing for a set amount of time. As a result, my next experiment will be to work on my game for 7 days straight.

I'm still planning to continue the 30 minutes a day activity, but I will report less about it on my Twitter page. Instead of daily posts, I will only report significant progress updates about my projects to reduce spam. However, if I become inconsistent with the 30 minutes because of this, I will revert back to my original posting schedule.