Happy Weekend everyone ! After a very rough week, I decided to TAKE it EASY and RELAX this weekend as I tend to not give enough thought to relaxation.
I generally have two settings:
- The 100-mile-an-hour-24-hours-a-day-Multitasker Extraordinaire who manages to check items off from three simultaneous checklists while traveling to multiple cities and states in a short amount of time, all the while managing work projects, repainting the living room, calculating home budgets, composing songs, while baking, cooking and making time to walk dogs, visit folks in senior citizens homes and being a citizen role-model for all…. (LOOK OUT MISS USA!)
- Then we have….. The Professional-Time-Wasting-Engineer ….amused at surfing the internet, needlessly reorganizing things (re:alphabetizing s in the kitchen), or who watches endless marathons of pointless TV shows and then sleeps for about 20 hours straight..
Ok , so maybe I’m SLIGHTLY exaggerating…
However, in the hopes of REDUCING the sheer amount of items the supposed Multi-Tasker extraordinaire needs to carry out… and in the hopes of INCREASING the amount time that the Professional Time-Wasting-Engineer likes to waste….. I am going to execute some of the suggestions mentioned in this article today while relaxing….
Thought you would enjoy reading and/or benefit from it as well, if nothing more than maybe help you spark a brainstorm of areas where you can make your life more automated and streamlined. Overall aim this weekend is to do complete automation and streamlining in order to reduce stress and increasing your quality of life.
Article from Lifehacker.com
Tonight is an event not to be missed at the Brooklyn Museum!
Every first Saturday of the month, the Brooklyn Museum will feature free programs of art and entertainment from 5 PM till 11 PM and this evening will present the works of two of my favorite artists.
Over 150 amazing designs created by the internationally recognized NYC artist,
Then, starting at 8 PM, my good friend, legendary DJ Junior Vasquez (who was very close to Keith) will spin a tribute to 1970s and ’80s New York. This will be an evening to remember! Have a great night, and if you can, swing by the Brooklyn Museum!
The grandest voice of all became silent today.
Whitney Houston passed away at the young age of 48 . CBS New Story.
No matter what she died of, or how she may have been portrayed during her “bad times”, the Whitney Houston we should remember is the gorgeous diva with such a beautiful, strong, clear voice. We will miss her.