Obviously something vague like great dad is not really actionable.
I plan to tell him I love him every day. And i know the quote from Dr.Lou about kids needing love the most when they deserve it the least.
I want to teach him self-reliance and the satisfaction of real accomplishment too. but he’s too little just yet.
I wonder if Superbetter would help me with this. Superbetter is the gamification site that helps you with your quests.
Lots of departments from education to economics and bio offer stats. Not just the math and stats departments.
I took mine at ICPSR which was great. It really helped me. The teachers there are known for their ability to teach high level stats. Most of the students were not hard core stats people-most were a bit afraid of stats. But at the end you’ve learned a lot. And Ann Arbor is nice.
CARMA does similar programs but shorter.
You can read the article about no Knead bread in the New York Times, but watching the video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=13Ah9ES2yTU
Is the way to go. This recipe is so unbelievably easy and the bread is great. I’ve also tried the barely knead bread from American’s Test Kitchen and that’s pretty good, but I don’t mess with a good thing. ATK says that sometimes the basic no-knead bread doesn’t rise enough. I don’t worry about that. I’ve made the bread many many times and it is always tasty. Add rosemary. That’s really tasty.
I know I should get a daily reminder for this.
I also know the the behavioral economics research says that “do something every day” is way more effective than the “do something more often.” It is too easy to weasel out of the do something more often. Well at least that’s what Dan Ariely says.
As far as I know the Crucible is the only place to take this class. I’ve hear of others but the Crucible is the only place that seems to do it on a regular basis.
I also know that fire breathing is the most dangerous of the fire arts.
do I eat Knoephla Soup? I saw an article on Delish.com that said everyone in ND eats Knoephla Soup, but then I saw what they said about the other states. So now I don’t know.
Elvis, U2, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Def Leppard, and Bonnie Raitt have recorded there.
Why don’t other 43T people want to record there?
Might be able to do it in either FL near my folks. Oddly, I think you can do this in Missouri either in the regular caves or Bonne Terre mine.
I didn’t bother getting the actual final certification. I got the five specialties mostly because they were fun and cheap in Thailand. Then I just didn’t want to pay the extra fee to PADI for another card. Sometimes PADI really annoys me.
I want to be able to swim 400 yards without stopping.
worked on the side swimming part. I do glide through the water better and my stroke is longer that way. I couldn’t do it consistently but when I got it, it was cool. For the few strokes where I was really doing it, I went fast and easy. My legs didn’t drag me down either.
I want to be better at photography but this is a vague goal. Maybe I mean take a digital photo class. Learn studio lighting, be a professional photographer? I’m not sure.
I actually realized that I don’t want to go through the whole process of putting together a fancy photo album. I wouldn’t really look at that anyway. I picked a few photos from each trip to put in frames.
Everything else went into its own box. The good prints. The ticket stubs, maps, postcards, etc from my trips. That’s more fun to look through than a photo album. And let’s face it no one wants to look at someone else’s photo album. It just makes them jealous.
If you want to do this;
1) Pick a good program. Some schools are notorious for letting people linger.
2) Pick a good adviser. I didn’t and it hurt.
3) Break it into very small pieces. Gather data for one paper. Analyze data for one paper. Etc.
I’m trying strattera. My ADD is better but the side effects are tough