I listened to Sarah Akiyoshi’s bamboo flute concert though planning the meal. It was a recording of a clearly show she held previous 7 days in Japan. Since of the lockdown, she had to complete with no an viewers and share it on YouTube.
7 a.m. I woke up and lit incense, my each day ritual.
7:30 a.m. I cooked rice in my donabe pot and built miso soup making use of final night’s leftovers, like burdock roots, carrots, onions, tofu, shiitake mushrooms, natto (fermented beans) and edible chrysanthemum with sesame seeds.
8:30 a.m. Time for my weekly yoga lesson.
9:30 a.m. I bought some housework finished. I did the laundry and tidied up the kitchen area. Ranunculus are in season, so I cut the stems below water (this helps them previous extended) and put them in vases about the dwelling. This sparks joy, primarily now that we’re expending more time at residence.
10:30 a.m. I joined a number of on the net meetings to go over my plan and forthcoming jobs. I’m revising my calendar simply because of the travel limitations — many of the interviews I’d planned to do in New York subsequent thirty day period will be done online.
12 p.m. I geared up lunch for the little ones, and we ate together. Today’s lunch was seaweed and spinach noodles.
12:30 p.m. I savored time with my women. They are ordinarily at faculty in the course of this time, so I’m altering my routine to be with them a lot more.
1:30 p.m. Again to my desk for e-mail, writing, etc.
4 p.m. It stopped raining, so my partner and I went for a stroll on a mountaineering path in the vicinity of our house. This is an essential time for us as enterprise partners. Relatively than sitting down in chairs, we choose to walk and speak out our ideas. We went over future tasks, world-wide small business procedures and shared takeaways from fascinating posts that we have study. We have a staff Slack channel dedicated to industry tendencies, and it’s useful to explore these — they spark good dialogue.