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I am trying to stay out of the little loops that steal time and presence; to enjoy the things I actually enjoy without getting trapped — by those things or by distractions.

Tonight finished some TV (or TV-like) stuff I have really enjoyed and then felt relieved. No rush to start something new. I did feel the need to read — newsletters and rss feeds, open browser tabs. I did. I also closed and rejected things I could not complete. I felt better.

Nourished and unburdened.

I confronted the urge to ignore tomorrow and took a peek. I might be better prepared because of it and able to sleep sooner.

This loop metaphor I’m running with is @craigmod’s about getting trapped, not attaining’s flow. Staying outside the little loops gives you a chance at flow.