I meant to post earlier but feeding a baby every 3 hours means I feel like I’m constantly running out of time. I should be able to figure out a way to type with one hand or dictate but I have my writing habits after many years and they seem hard to change. Especially when I’m not sleeping well. The baby’s unwillingness to take a bottle means that nights are all mine. Last night my husband slept in the room with the baby and then brought him to me elsewhere under the theory that he’s less likely to wake up for minor noises. It was still two overnight feedings. It’s all frustrating, since the child has slept through the night multiple times (he’s five months old today and developmentally should be able to). He apparently just doesn’t want to anymore. At least he is cute!
Anyway, just a few short notes. I cut my husband’s hair this week, and divorce has not ensued.
We’ve started ordering delivery from a new local restaurant every Thursday night. This is quickly becoming a weekly highlight.
Over at City Journal, I wrote an article called “Make your own job” about the promise of entrepreneurship education. I love being able to revisit topics; I wrote about the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship in USA Today a great many years ago.
If you enjoy listening to Audible’s offerings, check out my Audible for Business workshop, “How to be more intentional with time.”
And over at Medium, my weekly column says to “Ask this question before calling a meeting.” I would love if the first question asked, when someone proposed to meet, shifted from “when?” to “why?”
It should be a nice summer weekend. I scored tickets to a drive-through experience at one of our local zoos. We’ll do a drive-through church celebration, watch the virtual P-rade, and get Rita’s as usual. This was fun to turn into a habit!