Star Trek Watching Must Go Into Overdrive

Ever since I started The Star Trek Project two months ago, I’ve only watched six episodes. That’s all. At this pace, it’ll take me years to watch all of it. I need to start watching an average of an episode a day. I used to do that all the time, actually.

But what does that mean for The Star Trek Project? It means I’d have to post extremely regularly about Star Trek. So, I’m wondering how you feel about it.

But to be honest, I don’t think it would be that many. Maybe two or three a week at most. And it really depends on if I’m in the mood to watch or have time. The blog posts themselves take some time to write, so again, it depends on if I have time.

Anyway, let me know in the comments section.

I Am So Early

Ever go to work and notice that you’re very early? Well, I am very early to work now. Today’s official work isn’t until later, but I’m here early voluntarily to get some more training time done. 

I had some choices in how to get to work: take three buses and be able to read on one of them or take four buses and the train and have little time to read. The former gets me to work very early. The latter gets me to work a few minutes before I start. I chose the former. Reading time is important!

Going home is a different matter. There’s a good chance I’ll have to stand on the bus, although it’ll be quite late. I won’t get home until around 10 pm. 

You know what I need? A car. But then I won’t get my commute reading time. It’s a dilemma!

Do you get to work early or just on time? Or late? Let me know in the comments.