Wake up. Check phone: 21 notifications, spread on four social media and two news outlets. Nothing important, put phone away. Climb out of bed, search for glasses, fumble, find them, wear them. Grab T-Shirt; It's black, and in white bold monospaced letters there's "I changed your password" written across the chest. It will do, I put it on. There's still coffee in the Mokka, I pour it in my "Aperture Science" cup, take a sip. Will do. Stroll to the computer, sit down. The day can begin.
In the last few months I could engage in my favorite activity pretty often: worldbuilding. The more I do it, the more I'm convinced that there's something missing I would love: a good worldbuilding software.
I created a nice little dungeon for D&D 5th edition - but I can't show it (yet) because my players have yet to encounter it.
I finally created a hard plan for my workspace, and I'm actually kind of happy with the result. Next step: getting stuff, then build the thing!
Every skill get better when trained, and having a simple clear goal really helps. Because of that, now I have a simple clear goal: do one thing a day.