Things never go as fast as I want. Change leaks out in incremental dribbles, globally and personally. We're lucky for what we have, even as we ache and pine for all that's yet to come.
It's a new decade, and it seems like time to start doing things that make me feel good, maybe in the bigger picture sort of way. So I bought some books and am eating a lot more salad, and once I wind my way back up in Humboldt I'll see if I can't work the dingy little workout room at the community pool back into my schedule. Shore my locks, too.
Spending another week down in the Bay, racking up productive hours in Palo Alto, tearing up the city streets on the old bicycle, and logging somewhat surreal weekends in our decidedly bourgeois downtown office — track lighting, polished concrete, big silver fridge; it's the office you get in the movie of your startup life right before you start to blow it.
It's going to be a pretty big six months. There's a ton on the horizon. Gonna try and sneak back to NYC for a week or two in March to see the fam, then speaking at SXSW and helping to host DrupalConSF. Then turning 31, hopefully starting to pull out some threads of the next phase, because it's time to level-up.
I'll kick up some real redesign action for ye olde site soon. This is all part of a bigger plan.