The multitude of skills

There are way too many things that I want to do, and I always feel like I never have enough time. As Matt D'Avella and James Clear has done, I need to figure out how to do habit stacking. Listen to educational resources while exercising, for example.

The skills I want to either step up or learn entirely:

  • T-SQL, along with the ability to understand and fix issues with Microsoft SQL Server
  • Weight lifting (or bodyweight exercises, and continue physical therapy exercises)
  • Piano playing (While I played a lot between 2004 and 2008, I really want to focus on better bass/left handed playing, and faster melodies on my right hand, and work on playing with different volume and tempos)
  • Music Composition (I did a lot of music composition mostly just by experimentation in the late 90s and early 2000s, but most of my music skills post stroke have gone to pretty much 0.)
  • Cooking

Skills I think I have a good handle on but want to be sure I have time to keep them active:

  • Running
  • Meditation
  • Sleeping (I know this sounds strange, but I have had a lot of trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. Relaxing and playing the Calm app before bed have helped)


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