Here's my version:
This happy affect belies the reality; the truth is in the tally sheet to the right [edit: it has been moved to below in this post]: WARMER was pretty much a crash-and-burn, at least statistically. I had set a goal of 91% engagement with each element of this year's Summer Self-Improvement Scheme™, and the numbers just don't pencil out:
Writing: was gonna do the hour-a-day-for-nothing-but scheme - 72%
(only because I included blogging)
Art: was gonna make a sketch or drawing a day - 30%
Reading: was gonna make sure I set aside time to read every night - 94%
(well, that's a bright spot!)
Music: was gonna practice the uke every day - 47%
(was actually doing pretty well until mid-term)
Exercise: was gonna keep up with my daily workout - 75%
(again, better earlier, worse later)
Road work: was gonna walk, run, or longboard daily - 81%
(that's okay, actually)
Live by the spreadsheet, die by the spreadsheet, I guess. What's more important than these arbitrary goals is keeping this focus on productive play as we move forward through the rainy season. I am teaching a full load and taking a class, so time management is gong to be very important: I can't let things just slip-slide away. But I remain confident.
And look at that last day - at least I nailed the dismount!