I still publish new material on seelemons.com whenever I find something intriguing to write about. This monthly newsletter is to give a heads up about those articles that might be interesting.
Theme of the Month - Reflections and Getting Fat
The questions that led me to the posts for December were:
How did the 30 Day challenge contacting podcasters go?
What did you do while you were in NYC?
How did 2021 go?
Overall enjoying the last week that bleeds together before work starts up again. We’re at productivity zero, but I’m taking the time to make some cool #ethereum #consensys #blockchain youtube shorts. We’ll probably release this in 2022.
The blogposts I’ve published this month were:
30 Things Listeners can do to help your podcast - After contacting my 30+ podcast idols, I gave the option for those who responded to ask me to help with their podcast. It probably wasn’t clicked on because it seemed like a shill, but I tried a bit.
Epic 56 Hours in NY - Visited NYC for Johnson’s 50th birthday party. Had an epic time. Probably slept 8 hours of 56.
30 Random 2021 Insights - Random thoughts from my keep notes clearing routine.
[30 Day Challenge] Contacting Podcast Idols Retro - Completed contacting all of my podcast idols. It was a pretty fun experience. I’ll continue to show random acts of gratitude in 2022.
Reflecting on 2021 - 2021’s second half was pretty great after getting vaccinations. I didn’t play as much table tennis and invariably gained a lot of weight, but I had a good time overall being with friends and connecting with neighbors. Omicron cases aren’t looking great, but let’s hope this will be the end of the end where the most viral strain with the least hospitalization impact will wash over. Worst case scenario is that this starts to impact children under 5. Let’s not think about worst case.
Some ideas for 2022:
Lists of 30 Manifesto
30 Days of 30 ETH foods retro
30 Enterprise Ethereum Video shorts
Thank you for reading and I hope everyone stays safe! Happy new year!
Please suggest a list of 30 and I’ll write it! I’ve written over 200 lists of 30 and only publish ones that I think other people would enjoy. It’s my fun brainstorming routine.