June 26 – Two Weeks Of Non-Stop Work

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The title pretty much sums it all up. I’ve been working a ton over the last couple weeks, ever since i got back from vacation. While it feels good to get a bunch done, I still have a lot left to do. I officially start my new job next week, which is why I’m working so hard to clean up the other projects/work that needs to get done before that. But the new job will be good stuff and I’m excited to start it.

That being said, I’m going to have to put a pause on new students for a little while. I want to make sure that I have the time for my job, my family, my sanity, and my side projects. While I’ve averaged waaaaaaaay more than 40hrs/week for the last 4 years of working, I haven’t really done it on someone else’s schedule before…so I expect a bit of a transition period tbh. And I’d rather not totally overload myself in the process =)
Everything else has been going well. My ankle is getting stronger every day, which is excellent news. I got a new phone (Samsung Galaxy S II) and got away from my iPhone 4S, which has so far been an excellent decision imo. I’ve also been playing a little more poker online, although just playing 25NL and 50NL here and there to record some sessions and keep myself real-time decision making sharp. I’m thinking of bundling up some high quality sweats at 6max and creating a little “transitioning to 6max” video series, which will be priced low and very helpful for those moving into 6max (or considering it). I also wrote a cool article on the best 5 features of PokerTracker 4 for those that are interested…
Other than that, things are going well. I also got a pull/chin up bar now, so I’m back to burning some calories when I can (as the gym is off the table until my leg is healed up enough). I also can’t wait to get back to playing some disc golf, some DDR, and just having more mobility back. Hopefully yall are running better than I am =)


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