I’m making progress on updating my apps. I’ve been focused on TimeTag (as I believe I wrote in my previous post). I’ve been learning Swift by converting existing view controllers written in Objective-c to Swift. That’s actually proved to be the most helpful way to learn. I literally snap the windows to the left and right of my screen so I can see them side by side, and then start coding the new version.
I’m hoping to have the TimeTag largely done by the end of this week. I’m still following the Pomodoro technique and love it. I’ve been getting at least 11 “pomodoros” done per day (which is what my app has set by default). Next week I’ll raise it to 12, and I’ll keep adding 1 per day until I hit what I find to be my limit.
Speaking of limits, I’ve been running still—which I find to be so important when working from home and starting a company. It’s critical to keep your head clear and to keep your body healthy. I find that running at the end of the day is a great way to finish up work, and separate out work-me from home-me.
Well, for now, I’m watching American Horror Story since it’s now Fall and nearing October…and I love watching scary stuff near Halloween.