Choosing Priorities

During the summer I started a difficult but important journey to reorganize my life. The first step was organizing my daily tasks. I was successful, butbecoming productive again hascreated new issues.

When you change from trying to do everything to doing what’s most important, you need to decide what important means. Figuring this out for myself has proven difficult. I still don’t have all the answers, but I am constantly making progress.

Deciding what isn’t important has been easier. I am abandoning Themis, my attempt at an open source project. I no longer have a need for it, and it will take a lot more effort to get it finished than I originally expected. I would be delighted if someone wanted to take it on, but there isn’t enough there for it to be likely.

Writing in this blog has also been pushed down the priority list. I intend to keep going, but instead of forcing out a steady pace of content, I’ll wait until I haveideas that I have a strong desire to share.