Lindsey Kuper (lindseykuper) wrote,
Lindsey Kuper

There are a few time-consuming things that I want to do.

I want to give National Novel Writing Month a shot. I want to start doing serious running again. And I want to start doing LiveJournal support again.

I don't really see where I'll have the time to do more than one of those things, though, and I'm having trouble deciding. NaNoWriMo seems like a fun challenge, and it would burn off all these extra ideas that are floating around on top of my consciousness. (It would probably burn off a good part of my consciousness that I want to keep intact, too, but.) Running makes me look and feel good, and I want to look and feel as good as I did in May. And I'd like to run a marathon again in the spring, so I'm going to need to start training in January anyway; might as well figure out routes and stuff now, while I have time to plan ahead.

And support? Well, I stopped doing it because it was taking up too much of my time, and I needed to be sleeping instead of answering support requests at two in the morning. But now that I'm not in school or working at iD, things have settled down, and I have time to do it again. I'm really happy with how far I got in the four or so months that I did it, and I learned a lot about how LiveJournal worked. But a quick look at the support requests board tells me that it's going to be hard to get back in the game. The last request I got points for was half a year ago, and I'm pretty sure that what privs I had have long since been taken away due to inactivity, because now I can't view users' overrides. (Making it harder to diagnose things.) So yeah.


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