Made a list of things what I would or want to do in my free time. The list grew to 17 items.

On the bright side, I probably won't suffer retirement depression.

Realistically, this is grossly unsustainable. Simply looping through each item a day means each "hobby" gets done only twice a month.

@vgr how is your playflow framework coming along?

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@ykgoon it’s not an active project so much as a standing appointment with an idea 🙂

@vgr it has legs, keep at it.

I'm now trying to do mine in such a way that it harmonizes my multiple split personalities (I call them prototypes), where everyone gets their share of their time-pie.

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