I’ve figured something out – why keep gauging the Good Days by what I just got done or am about to do? How about slowing down this gravy train and focus on a Good Week? Then it’s about the sum of the score, a biorhythmic ebb and flow of just how well I stayed in the game for a few days in a row. If that’s the matrix of how I should measure success, then I guess most weeks are pretty good. Oh no, I’m getting too relaxed – maybe country living has gone to my head!
Smithsonian Article du Jour: Once in a Blue Moon and Other Idioms That Don’t Make Scientific Sense