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    That Thor costume is awesome.
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    he has the hammer and everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lukepd View Post
    he has the hammer and everything!
    That's what she said!
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    Wow! Thanks for the kudos!
    It was alot of fun to put that costume together.

    It's all actually hodgepodged together, but the Marvel Comics replica Thor helmet and hammer give the rest authenticity.

    The boots are Thor motor cross boots, (They were hard as hell to walk in!)
    The belt is actually Batman's,
    The cape is a cheap red vampire cape,
    The chest plate is actually a Roman centurion bit of kit,
    And I got the leather wrist bands from a bondage vendor on eBAY, no kidding!
    And the, uh, tights, are, ummm, a Speedo.



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    sigh. well there goes my seeking advice idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defragmybrain View Post
    sigh. well there goes my seeking advice idea.
    Aww how cute.

    I don't know really know any solid advice to tell you, but do you take your mobile phone everywhere with you and are you on the computer a lot? If so, then maybe you could get one of those PDA phones. I've used one for years now and I'm completely dependent on it. It's like breathing air to me now. It started out slow with it but now I put everything in there (like for this hour it says "Post on Typologyc"... kidding!) Anyways I'm totally lost without it and it alarms when I have something to do.

    As for keeping interest/motivation, that's a tough one. I'm lost on that one. Maybe you should seriously date an xSTJ and they'll help motivate you into a routine.

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    OK, inadvertant hijack on my part, please excuse my recklessness.

    Advice on how to stick to a routine. Let's borrow from top down analysis and design.
    Any large project can be broken down into smaller subcomponents as long as the relative importance and inter-relation of each is maintained and understood.

    For instance, we have a calendar year. There are certain one day events (Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, etc.) that are dispersed throughout but adhered to by all.

    Really, the most relative units of time are the MONTH and WEEK, IMHO.

    Each month we have four weeks, and hence four weekends. Weeks are for work, weekends for fun, more or less.

    Then you have work week tasks (e.g. employment related, school, shopping, cooking, cleaning house, working out, etc.) AND then weekend tasks (Chill out by pool, drink beer, play pool, jam music, travel, etc.)

    SO, if you can master a single week, then a month is sure to follow upon 4 consecutive executions of the week. Now, it's hard (for me anyway) to run twelve consecutive months) as a product of succesfful weeks, so I go by QUARTERS. Jan - Mar; Apr - Jun, Jul -Sep, Oct -Dec. This way I know in a snapshot what events other than weekly grind are on the horizon and must be planned for in some capacity.

    Also, I put EVERYTHING in my MS Outlook calendar, personal, work, school, etc., and can refer to it whenever, and I get a little pop-up reminder for each task to remind me to quit being ADHD and surfing the Internet while eating a snack and doing my homework...

    I hope this is helpful in some way!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hmm View Post
    Aww how cute.

    As for keeping interest/motivation, that's a tough one. I'm lost on that one. Maybe you should seriously date an xSTJ and they'll help motivate you into a routine.
    i AM dating an ISTJ. he's motivation enough, as all boyfriends are at one point or another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    OK, inadvertant hijack on my part, please excuse my recklessness.

    Advice on how to stick to a routine. Let's borrow from top down analysis and design.
    Any large project can be broken down into smaller subcomponents as long as the relative importance and inter-relation of each is maintained and understood.

    For instance, we have a calendar year. There are certain one day events (Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, etc.) that are dispersed throughout but adhered to by all.

    Really, the most relative units of time are the MONTH and WEEK, IMHO.

    Each month we have four weeks, and hence four weekends. Weeks are for work, weekends for fun, more or less.

    Then you have work week tasks (e.g. employment related, school, shopping, cooking, cleaning house, working out, etc.) AND then weekend tasks (Chill out by pool, drink beer, play pool, jam music, travel, etc.)

    SO, if you can master a single week, then a month is sure to follow upon 4 consecutive executions of the week. Now, it's hard (for me anyway) to run twelve consecutive months) as a product of succesfful weeks, so I go by QUARTERS. Jan - Mar; Apr - Jun, Jul -Sep, Oct -Dec. This way I know in a snapshot what events other than weekly grind are on the horizon and must be planned for in some capacity.

    Also, I put EVERYTHING in my MS Outlook calendar, personal, work, school, etc., and can refer to it whenever, and I get a little pop-up reminder for each task to remind me to quit being ADHD and surfing the Internet while eating a snack and doing my homework...

    I hope this is helpful in some way!
    helpful, and seems relatively OCD... crazy. i'd have to try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defragmybrain View Post
    helpful, and seems relatively OCD... crazy. i'd have to try it.
    Hey! Glad you maybe got something out of that.
    Remember, OCD is a disposition, its not always a disorder.
    The benefit of being OCD about organization is that you create a PROCESS.

    Once you create your own organizational process, and use it for a few weeks, you will begin to reap its benefits as you will naturally be stuffing your reality into a logical ordered reference kit. You just do it, you don't have to think about it.

    Now I am mega over-organized. I made a MS Excel worksheet that has all my contacts, their cell phones, and their addresses/e-mail info. When my cell phone dies, no problem, I have a paper back up. It's come in handy a number of times.

    For me organization is a tool to assist me in overcoming being scatter brained by default.


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