What's in a name?
I've always been about the subject in the past, hardly about the concept until the last group of months. The nearing expedition into the further-polished environment of learning is drawing to a fantastic beginning, and I have vowed to myself to establish routines, systems, values, habits, philosophies, and motives in order to succeed at my goals in the future.
My established routines include a weekly schedule of events, organized into forks depending on the possible events of the day, and these include work days, extra-housework-duty weekends, shop care days (planned in advance), etc.
Systems involve a fashion of systems-thinking-applied learning with five notebooks per subject. A Pulpbook, which serves to take notes on lectures, labs, etc; a Brainbook, which is an improved, systemic version of the Pulpbook that is also based on the chapters of books in resource; there is the Docbook, which contains documentation of examples from each subject/concept; the Viewbook contains the status, name, and details of each assignment; finally, a Workbook, which contains the assignment and its answers in themselves. Another system is the housework, which will be updated as I see need to. Some systems will have to be established in detail in the future.
Values include transparency, communicativeness, clarity, voluntarity, defensive and anti-bystanderistic pacifism, currentism, consistency, politeness, minimalism, etc.
Habits involve laundry duties, planning-tendencies, time management, etc. Philosophies are a little numerous and rather good topics for future blogs, so I'll describe them over the following years.
With these tools in hand, I have more than enough confidence that each and every goal I have in the future is addressed. Good topics that could come up involve how I address each. I guess this isn't just a coding/morals blog anymore. It's about how I keep laying out my future plans.