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sushi writes about things in which sushi writes about the world around her search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content about sushi comment policy adventures in wrimonia legends of wrimonia the dr. nbook list contact subscribe post navigation ← older posts fitbit, fitness, and me posted on january 17, 2017 by sushi reply i joined the fitness tracker revolution pretty late, in part because until the last couple of years, i didn’t really care about getting healthy and staying in shape. why would i? i was young and thin and surely didn’t have to think about that stuff until later. then a few of my friends started getting into fitness and health. this happened around the time i realized that at 28, i wasn’t getting any younger, and to be honest, i was in terrible shape. i’ve talked about my adventures in running before and using a mobile app to track my distance and stats. but as more and more of my friends started getting fitbits and discussing things like steps and distance and pulling ahead of another friend in a challenge, i started to feel left out. i wanted in on these challenges and badges as well–because if anything motivates me, it’s competition. one of my friends had somehow acquired multiple fitbits, so a few months ago he gave me one to test and see if i liked it. it arrived in the mail early on a saturday morning where i had walking plans for the afternoon. i put it on a charger and let it charge while running around the house and finishing chores. after finishing those chores, the fitbit was charged enough for me to go on an afternoon walking outing, so i activated it on my phone’s fitbit app, strapped it to my wrist, and headed out the door. i walked over fitbit’s default goal of 10,000 steps that afternoon, getting this experiment off to a good start. over the coming days, my friends invited me to challenges. i earned badges for walking up so many flights of stairs and walking so many miles and taking so many steps in a day, which motivated me to do more to see what the next badge was. since many of my friends have fitbits, this means our conversations occasionally turn to this bit of fitness equipment, especially when we’re comparing steps and distance and how we’re doing in our challenges. it can be a little obsessive sometimes, such as when i’m less than a hundred steps away from the next thousand, and oh come on, i could do that easily. that 40,000 step day came from this way of thinking. i spent the day walking a seven-mile path (one way) and found myself at just over 38,000 steps upon arriving home. knowing that i was unlikely to get remotely close to 40,000 steps in a day for a long time, i walked around the neighborhood until finding myself within a few hundred steps of 40k, then walked home and let my pattering around the house take care of the rest. i’ve won fewer challenges than i would like thanks to being friends with some hardcore walkers. but for many of these challenges, seeing that i was within just a few steps of the person above me was enough to get me up and moving just to overtake them. the same has happened for comparing my weekly totals to those of my friends. fitbit has turned fitness into a game, and i am 100% okay with this. if friendly competition and statistics are what it takes to get me off my butt and moving around, then i will embrace it. the release of pokemon go has added another element of my fitness regime. since eggs are hatched through walking around (just like in the video games), i’m more motivated than ever to make my steps count. i make sure the app is open when walking around, even if i don’t intend to stop and catch that cp 10 rattata in my path, because that distance walked will count toward hatching whatever is in that egg. (porygon, charmander, and tentacool this morning for the curious.) just don’t play pokemon go while running on a hill. i learned this one the fun way and got the scrapes and bruises to prove it. posted in uncategorized | leave a reply thirty posted on january 7, 2017 by sushi 1 well, here we are. thirty years ago i entered this world. my parents had no idea what they were getting into. i was going to write some kind of deep post on ambition and existence, but i got all my freakouts over turning thirty out of the way before turning 29 last year, so there’s not much use in repeating that. just think, in a few years the infamous midlife crisis is going to happen, so you may get to read even more of the same! won’t that be exciting? (not really.) cheers, y’all. here’s to another thirty years (and beyond!) of making the world suck less. posted in life | 1 reply what i’m reading, december 2016 posted on january 3, 2017 by sushi reply here we go, all the rest of the books i read in 2016. the next thing on my list by jill smolinski: i found this book in one of those little free libraries if i remember right. the book struck me because it features a main character who has shown up in my recent novels: young women who are bumbling through adulthood because they have no idea what to do with their lives. (sound familiar, self?) this book tells the story of a young woman who sets out to complete someone else’s to-do list. a couple of items are already crossed off, but the other items consist of things ranging from brave (go braless) to confusing (make buddy fitch pay… who is he?). while the story was a fun light read, some of the character development was way off. the main character acts about ten years younger than her age, and some of the romantic elements come from out of left field with little previous development. (3 out of 5 lists) the art of asking; or, how i learned to stop worrying and let people help by amanda palmer: i listened to this book, and if you read this book, i recommend you do the same; the author herself reads the book, and there’s plenty of her own music between sections. this book reads more like a personal memoir than the guide i was expecting. that’s not a bad thing; palmer tells her own story of letting people help her in her career. the book isn’t perfect, but it does show us makers that we don’t have to do it all ourselves. (4 out of 5 fan interactions) a torch against the night by sabaa tahir: this is the second book in a series, and i loved the first book. i enjoyed this one as well, though it took awhile to get into (partly because i read the first book last year). i have only one request: more helene, please! so… when does book three come out? (4 out of 5 run-ins with the commandant) thomas gray in copenhagen: in which the philosopher cat meets the ghost of hans christian andersen by philip j. davis: i borrowed this book from one of my college math professors. the illustrations are adorable, but the story doesn’t quite hold up. there are oddities that come out of nowhere and bits that feel like a lecture rather than a story (and an oddly-placed one at that). as cute as the concept was, i wasn’t a big fan. (3 out of 5 philosopher cats) world war z: an oral history of the zombie war by max brooks: i’ve been meaning to read this for years, and it has sat on my shelf for several months. this book consists of a series of interviews with people involved in the zombie war. as a result, the book is divided into sections. some characters reappear throughout the story, but it was hard to tell the characters apart even while figuring out which character was which. this and the fact that there isn’t really one big overarching story arc, just a bunch of little arcs that had a habit of ending unexpectedly, are my major complaints about the book. that said, i did enjoy the individual stories, even if they didn’t fit together as well as i would have liked. (3 out of 5 interviews) make way for dragons! by thorarinn gunnarsson: i picked this book up for its ridiculous cover, which turned out to be misleading. the female character described as blonde is a secondary character, there are no skateboards, cats are only mentioned in passing, and much of the book takes place in the mountainous parts of california. that said, i enjoyed reading the book. sure, there are infodumps and there’s not much to make you care about the characters in the beginning, but once the main dragon character meets the main human character, it’s game on. (4 out of 5 dragons) the king of taksim square by emrah serbes: i won this book in a goodreads giveaway and i’ll be honest. i did not like this book. the plot meanders all over the place throughout the book, often jumping from one thing to another and barely holding my interest enough to make me continue. the main character barely has any redeeming traits, and even his love for his sister is, well, kind of creepy. the storyline about trying to make his sister internet famous barely holds its own worth in the book, but the same can be said for much of the content. my first reaction upon finishing was “what on earth did i just read?” (2 out of 5 moonwalks) the drunkard’s walk: how randomness rules our lives by leonard mlodinow: i listened to this book. i took a probability theory course in college as part of my math major and found it frustrating thanks to not being able to tell if an answer was right; i worked many problems to discover a probability of, say, 0.26 when the answer was 0.28. this book felt like a very condensed version of my college probability class condensed in 250 pages, so if you’re looking for an entire book about randomness, this isn’t it. the reading does get dense at times, but not so dense that you want to give up; there are plenty of historical tidbits as well to keep you entertained along the way. (4 out of 5 coin tosses) seabiscuit: an american legend by laura hillenbrand: of all the books i expected to suck me in, i did not expect a horse biography to make me read all 400 pages in one day. the nonfiction work is paced and structured a lot like a novel despite being nonfiction, with well-developed characters that i actually cared about, a pace that made me unable to put the book down, and a buildup that continues throughout the entire book. damn. (5 out of 5 races) hack: how i stopped worrying about what to do with my life and started driving a yellow cab by melissa plaut: apparently this book is based on a blog, something i didn’t know until reaching the about the author area at the end. anyway, this book details the adventures of a young white woman driving a cab in new york city; those two years happened to come before gps was in every vehicle ever, making the story even more interesting. the book mainly consists of short tales, in part because it did start out as a blog. there are heartwarming moments and moments when i wanted to smack the passengers. while this book has received some mixed reviews, i enjoyed it, even if it wasn’t as deep as it could have been. (4 out of 5 yellow cars) why does popcorn pop? by don voorhees: this book is just a bunch of trivia bits about food, and i’m okay with this. while some of the trivia bits were more interesting than others, and i really wish there was more on the actual food chemistry, this book did scratch my itch in the food trivia field. and let’s be honest, it helped me clear out my physical to-read pile too. (4 out of 5 kernels) time station london by david evans: i like the premise of time travelers trying to make sure things like germans winning world war 2 doesn’t happen, although it’s been done before. unfortunately, this book doesn’t bring much to the table. while the plot was interesting enough and having a native american main character (whose main plot wasn’t about being native american) was pretty neat, the characters weren’t very well fleshed out, and so much was going on at once that following along got really confusing at some points. i probably won’t seek out the rest of this series. (3 out of 5 time wardens) summer knight by jim butcher: this is the fourth book in the dresden files series, and i enjoyed the first three. i was also told that the fourth book was when the series got really good, but this book didn’t do it for me. the plot and characterization was good, but there was a lot going on and i found myself really confused about what was happening in the second half of the book. (3 out of 5 faeries) emotional rescue: essays on love, loss, and life–with a soundtrack by ben greenman: i won this book in a goodreads giveaway, and i’m having a hard time finding much good in this book. the concept could have worked out really well, but the book fell flat in just about every way. the essays feel like first drafts, like the author knew what he wants to say but was having a hard time tying everything together, so he just threw everything together and hoped for the best. unfortunately this didn’t work out so well, and most of these essays are about his life with some tangentially related musical thing so he could say the essays were about music. (2 out of 5 music essays) death masks by jim butcher: okay, this is when the dresden files series starts getting good. even though the beginning is a little hokey, the overall plot is strong and multifaceted, while still maintaining the action of the past series. it was also nice to see some of the characters from past books again. (4 out of 5 shrouds) blood rites by jim butcher: this one feels a little deeper than the past books as we find out more about dresden’s past as well as murphy’s past, all while taking on a mystery brought on by thomas. there’s just one thing i’m confused on. a porn set? really? (4 out of 5 revelations) where good ideas come from: the natural history of innovation by steven johnson: i listened to this book, which tells how innovation happens. i already knew a lot of the stories and how screwing up and cross-discipline discovery, and this book didn’t add all that much to my knowledge or a new way of looking at these things. (3 out of 5 innovations) everything i never told you by celeste ng: this book is so damn beautiful. the past and present are woven together seamlessly and made me want to know more about the entire family. everyone’s hopes and desires are complex and make sense and the prose is so beautiful and touching that it had reduced me to tears over the last 20ish pages. (5 out of 5 unfulfilled dreams) what’s next for 2017? i’m planning on finally starting the discworld books in 2017, among many other things. posted in reviews | tagged books, reviews | leave a reply 2016 goals revisited and 2017 goals posted on december 31, 2016 by sushi reply last december i made a list of things i’d like to do before my 30th birthday in early january. (the 7th, if you like keeping track of these things.) how’d i do? read 250 books. check! i finished this one in october, and i’m ending the year with 275 books read. i also finished reading the entire baby-sitters club series, which is where over half those books came from. write 500k words. check! 250k of those words are from nano, as planned, and i sailed past 500k total for 2016 at the end of november. i also reached 2 million lifetime november nanowrimo words this year. i forgot about redrafting something outside of november, although i did write a second draft for nano this year. continue running/staying in shape. i fell off the wagon a little during nano, but for the most part, i consider this a success. as for the quantifiable goal, i ran six races, including four 5k races (one in april, two in may, and one in october where i beat my personal best by two minutes), one 5-mile race (april, where i got third in my age bracket), and one half marathon (december). decrease my debt. i don’t have actual numbers on this yet, but i have paid everything on time this year (that i know of), so i consider this a success. go back to night of writing dangerously. check! and had the time of my life. travel somewhere new. i went to a new georgia mountain in march, washington dc in june, a cabin in a new-to-me north carolina town in november, and a few bay area suburbs that were new to me in november. check. take a class of some kind. i dropped the ball on this one. oops. be awesome. looking at all the above accomplishments, i’d say this one wasn’t a failure at least. despite 2016 being a dumpster fire for many people, this year was a good one for me on a personal level. i accomplished a lot of things that i’ve been wanting to do. i’ve settled into a nice groove when it comes to work and paying my bills in a timely fashion. so what would i like to do in 2017? let’s see. sushi’s 2017 goals read 100 books. yes, this is way less than my 2016 total, but i currently have no plans to read entire children’s book series in 2017… yet. i’ve read at roughly this pace for the past couple of years after subtracting the bsc books, so this should be challenging but doable. start editing a book. this can include a rewrite of an existing book. publish something. this can be a short story, an essay, or even a novel, but i do want to have something published by the end of 2017. go back to night of writing dangerously. this is going to stay here forever, let’s be honest. travel somewhere new. i’m not particularly well-traveled, so this stays on the list. learn basic korean. my mom keeps talking about going to korea to visit some of her family. i don’t want to go to a new place and not speak the language, so getting started on learning the language will be my 2017 mission. stay employed and decrease debt. because this has been a challenge some years, it stays. begin training for a marathon. i was considering running a full marathon in 2017, but most of the ones i could get to easily are in march (meaning lots of winter training) or october/november (nano season and summer training). running a marathon has been on my bucket list for years, and while i could theoretically start training now for a march 2017 marathon, i’d much rather do a little more winter training so i can learn to adapt first. in either case, something has to give, and i need to figure out what. you might notice that there’s no yearlong word count tracker on the goal list like there was in 2016. there’s a good reason for that: i want to concentrate more on editing than pure output this year. tracking all my writing this year has taught me a lot, but now it’s time for more dedicated, refined writing practice. here’s hoping that 2017 will be even better, both for me and on a worldwide scale. posted in uncategorized | tagged goals | leave a reply my first half marathon posted on december 17, 2016 by sushi reply one of the many things on my bucket list is to run a marathon. i’m not alone in this respect; many people list this as a bucket list item, but very few actually go on to do it. but when i started taking running seriously, i started realizing this goal could eventually become a reality. then i started doing some work on a website devoted to half marathons, and come on, working on a half marathon website was kind of silly when i had never actually run one. so i signed up for the jeff galloway 13.1 half marathon, a walker-friendly half marathon right here in atlanta. last sunday morning, i found myself willingly standing in the cold, bundled up and waiting to run thirteen miles outdoors in december. hey, it sounded like a good idea back in (much warmer) may when i signed up. continue reading → posted in life | tagged running | leave a reply what i’m reading, october-december 2016 posted on december 8, 2016 by sushi reply per usual, i didn’t read too much over october and november because i’m busy writing and posting on the forums and traveling during that time. still, some books did get read (or okay, listened to). here are those books. grit: passion, perseverance, and the science of success by angela duckworth: you know how some people have that stick-to-it-ness that keeps them working on something long term? that’s what this book is about. it looks at what makes people stick to things (called grit in this book) and how you can teach grit, both to yourself and to children. i see a lot of myself in these stories, although i know i have a long way to go in sustaining my grit. (see: my novel editing and my college gpa.) this is a great book to read if you’re struggling to stick to something or if you (4 out of 5 big tasks) smartcuts: how hackers, innovators, and icons accelerate success by shane snow: i shouldn’t have expected too much out of this book. here, i’ll sum it up for you: make something and get it in front of someone big. snow talks a lot about finding a mentor but hardly discusses how to find one, nor does he address how some people have an advantage to start with (see: privilege). there’s so much that could have been addressed in this book but isn’t, and this book suffers because of it. (3 out of 5 oreo tweets) the nine: inside the secret world of the supreme court by jeffrey toobin: i listened to this book. despite being tired of screaming politics, this book was a refreshing break from contemporary us politics. this book discusses the supreme court and how it has changed over the last few presidencies–specifically during 1994 to 2005 when the court remained the same. despite keeping the same nine people, the court–along with politics in general–started becoming much more partisan than it already was, something we’re seeing the consequences of now. but the book does a good job of introducing the reader to each justice and showing off the court from the inside, with inside stories that don’t resort to gossip. i’d love to read a book about the latest decade of the court. (4 out of 5 rulings) a slip of the keyboard: collected non-fiction by terry pratchett: i listened to this essay collection. i have a confession to make. besides good omens, this is the first thing by pratchett that i’ve ever read. like many essay collections, this book contains some essays that are spot on, while others fell flat for me. i found the essays about the writing life and his adventures in alzheimer’s disease to be the most interesting overall. i do wish there were a little less overlap; some really specific topics came up in multiple essays, which really confused me when trying to figure out if i had already listened to that one. even if you’re not a superfan of pratchett, you can find something to like in here. (4 out of 5 black hats) missoula: rape and the justice system in a college town by jon krakauer: i listened to this book. as you might have guessed by the title, this book is about rape, specifically a series of rape cases a few years ago in missoula, home of the university of montana’s grizzlies. the story gets pretty graphic; i’ve never experienced anything like the women in this book and i still had a hard time listening at times. still, the book does a great job of telling the story, as well as connecting the various parts: the community within the town, the various incidents, the trials, and the aftermath. this book will make you feel and think and get angry all at the same time. (5 out of 5 trials) the third plate: field notes on the future of food by dan barber: i listened to this book. even though the book started slowly, it grabbed my attention soon enough with the stories and histories of food as well as the influence of a food’s environment on that food’s taste and quality. as fascinating as all this was, the book doesn’t pay much attention to the economics of paying attention to how your food is grown, which interests me even more than the topic of this book to start with. still, i’d recommend this book for the foodie/environmentalist in your life. (4 out of 5 foie gras dishes) daring greatly: how the courage to be vulnerable transforms the way we live, love, parent, and lead by brené brown: i listened to this book, and it just didn’t do anything for me. i went into this book expecting research, not loads of personal stories like what the book actually contained. this is something i should have expected since i listened to her other book as well, but oh well. i didn’t find anything new in this book since a lot of the material seemed to be common sense. but maybe you will. (3 out of 5 vulnerabilities) mycroft holmes by kareem abdul-jabbar and anna waterhouse: yes, that’s kareem abdul-jabbar the basketball player. this was november’s book club selection, and i have mixed feelings about this book on sherlock’s older brother. while the prose itself isn’t bad and there are some funny moments, the story itself is a bit out there and convoluted. granted, i read the first half of the book two weeks before the second half, so some of it was hard to follow because i had already forgotten what had happened. still, the book itself didn’t grab me at all. (3 out of 5 mysterious deaths) death’s end by cixin liu: here we go, the final book in the trilogy. i don’t have much to say except oh. my. baty. this book, much like the rest of the series, brings up so many questions and parallels to today’s world, sometimes to the point where i wonder if liu time traveled to now when he was writing this book and then noped out because this is 2016 we’re talking about here. this book also makes me appreciate the dark forest more when it was previously my least favorite book in the series. i need more people to read this series so we can talk about it. (5 out of 5 dimensions) posted in reviews | tagged books, reviews | leave a reply nanowrimo 2016: in summary posted on december 1, 2016 by sushi reply nanowrimo 2016 has come to a close, leaving me with feelings of simultaneous relief and scrambling to find something to do with all this time. you would think i’d be better prepared for this after fifteen nanos, but no, i’m still figuring out post-nano life too. first, the thing you probably want to know: i wrote 250,025 words in two novels and made up over 1% of my huge region’s total word count. 250,000 words was my easy-to-remember goal for 2016 nanowrimo; this aided me in passing 500,000 words overall in 2016 as well as passing 2 million lifetime words across fifteen november nanowrimos. i reached my halfway point on day 19, then fell behind and needed to write 100,000 words in the last six days to finish. i hadn’t written 100k in six days since 2010, and for good reason–it may be even harder than completing a 50k day. (fun fact: the first million words took ten nanos. the second million took five. no, i will not be doing the next million in three.) nanowrimo teaches me something different every year. this year, that lesson is: you can do anything, but you can’t do everything. i did a lot this november. this year and last year in particular have tested my ability to keep going throughout the month, much like 2011, when i also ml’d on top of doing many of the things that happened this year (and with a similar word count to boot). i spent a lot of time traveling in november. nanogiving was the second weekend of november, with a bunch of wrimos (mostly overachievers) in a cabin in the woods, making food, playing games, exploring the farm, and occasionally writing. i got home on sunday night, then spent monday and tuesday working before leaving for san francisco on wednesday morning, where i attended nanowrimo’s night of writing dangerously. while this year’s night of writing dangerously was my least productive one to date, with less than three thousand words written, it (along with the overall trip to san francisco) was my most fun one. i met so many wrimos, including several i’ve known online for years (and two longtime fellow wrimos from england and japan!). i won a word sprint and drank some cosmonoveltons. i visited nano’s office again and packed their tote bags for nowd and met even more wrimos and explored san francisco and ran nearly 12 miles up and down the hills and didn’t die. and then i went home on monday, worked on tuesday, and set out again on wednesday to see family for thanksgiving. unfortunately, all this travel and my mood due to unrelated things in november put a damper in my time leading the @nanowordsprints twitter. i have a hard time leading sprints and multitasking as it is; combining these with my apparently inability to concentrate on writing meant the sprints i led usually consisted of goofing around on twitter or the forums instead of writing. since time was at a premium this month, this led to me leading fewer sprints, which made me feel guilty because sometimes i’d see an open spot for sprinting but really need a break from well, everything. i also found it harder to concentrate on my writing. in the past, i’ve been able to concentrate for lots of word wars and sprints, netting at least a thousand words in fifteen minutes, maybe even ten minutes if i ignore all typos the entire time. this year, this rarely happens unless i leave the house specifically to write. i used to be less productive at write-ins than i would be at home, but this has changed over the last year or two, with write-ins (and generally leaving the house to write) providing with more consistent bursts of writing. this may be related to my shift in how i’ve approached writing over the past few nanos. in my earlier years, i would come up with an idea before nano, scratch down a little bit of character or plot development, then hit the page writing. this changed over the past two nanos, when my ideas came at the last minute when panic started to set in, and i couldn’t motivate myself to figure out anything more about the plot or character besides “eh, i don’t know, this character does stuff”. while it worked for one of my novels last year and this year, both drafts of the same novel, it didn’t work so well with the other novels i wrote in 2015 and 2016. because of having only the vaguest idea of what was happening, i found myself stressing out more, not less. and not having at least some idea of what’s happening makes sprinting more difficult. maybe i’ll become a planner after all. despite (or maybe because of) everything happening this november, nanowrimo was still my best one yet, and i’m already counting down the days until camp nano and nanowrimo 2017. how was your nanowrimo 2016? did you reach your goal? come to an epiphany about your writing? have a straight-up blast writing? posted in uncategorized | tagged nanowrimo | leave a reply an open letter to the new wrimo posted on october 20, 2016 by sushi reply dear first-time wrimo, welcome to nanowrimo! when you signed up, you were likely told that nanowrimo is a challenge that enables writers and writers-to-be to write a novel in a month. they lied. okay, they didn’t truly lie, nor did they tell a little white lie. they told a lie by omission, but not one of those lies where finding out the full truth would be shameful. so come here. i’m going to tell you the truth. nanowrimo is so much more than writing a novel in a month. yes, there’s definitely a lot of writing involved. and i won’t lie, writing a book in a month is hard. it requires determination, persistence, and refusing to give up when things get tough. there’s a reason the average nano win rate is less than 20%. there will be days where you sit down at the computer to write and don’t want to write a word. no matter how long you stare at the screen and poke your characters and beg them to make words, they won’t. these dark days may make you feel like quitting nano altogether, or even worse, quitting writing altogether and letting your creativity bury its head in the sand and never come out. you might fall behind and find it more challenging to catch up, and as the days go by, the words to be written grow only higher as the month goes on. but there will also be days where the words of your story are forming themselves faster than you can get them on paper (or screen). you might find yourself scribbling down a new idea while waiting in line or putting off work or school. some days, every element of your novel will fit together perfectly and reignite your excitement for your story. this feeling is what we this happens to every writer, even professionals. heck, this happens to everyone living life: some days are just better than others, but if you stop now, you won’t know what’s waiting at the end. everyone already knows that, though. here’s the real secret, the thing you don’t see when you click the sign up button. nanowrimo–nay, stories–can change your life. whether you come out of the month with a completed novel or not, you did the thing so many people say they’d like to do some day but never actually do. you started. that’s more powerful than you think. when you start, it’s easier to keep going, and going, and going, until you reach your goal, from finishing that novel to publishing it for the world to read. the effects of nanowrimo are also great at seeping into your non-november life. if you decide to take on something big–maybe start running or take a road trip across the country or jump out of a plane–you may find yourself wondering if you can do it. i can tell you this now: you can. after all, you completed the momentous task of writing a book in a month without giving up. you can do anything you set your mind to, and your built-in community is ready to cheer you on. and when you land on the finish line, you’ll wonder why you ever considered quitting in the first place. get your rockets ready and buckle up. you’re in for the ride of your life. let’s blast off our creativity together. love, sushi 15th-year wrimo (and hopeful 15-time winner!) posted in uncategorized | leave a reply nanowrimo and social anxiety posted on october 7, 2016 by sushi reply as i’ve discussed in many past posts, i’m a pretty anxious person about things that don’t really matter at all, but oddly chill about big issues that affect not only me but society at large. this anxiety leaks into my social life in ways both big and small. while a lot of my social life revolves around nanowrimo, it wasn’t always that way. i grew up as a socially awkward kid who was known at school for being smart but never popular, and didn’t have see too many friends outside of the confines of the school day. outside of informal get-togethers with the friends i had roped into doing nano, i didn’t go to a single nanowrimo event until going to college in a large city–to be specific, a large city that i had chosen specifically because of its active nano region and the existence of a creative writing major that i would never end up pursuing. (priorities, you know.) i started attending write-ins and events in college, often at the coffee shop down the street from my alma mater. that was over ten years ago, and the only other students at those write-ins were other people i dragged along. even though most of the attendees were adults, we still got along well, and many of us are still in touch to this day. after finishing college, i stayed in the area, with one year moving back in with my parents. unemployment and graduating in the worst of that great recession are the pits, yo. eventually i moved back to this nano region, and it’s the same region i’m part of now (and even mled for a year). that’s where my social life and nanowrimo started becoming more and more synonymous. more and more of us started hanging out in the then-new regional chat room, and a few of us stayed in the chat room after nano ended. this led to get-togethers outside of november, many of them having more to do with food and games than writing. over time, the people attending many of these events (a lot of them at my house) grew closer, which became evident during events. just as with the nano forums, i was fortunate to be there when the group was young and not yet as established as it is now. this put me in a position to contribute to the underlying culture of this community and help build the group into a community i wanted myself and others to be welcome in. did i succeed? i’m still not sure. *** one of my major sources of anxiety is trying to fit into an established social group. the group can be for anything–board games, events, writers, even approaching a person(s) at an event and saying hi. if everyone else already knows each other and i’m the one new person, i find myself worrying about fitting in and saying something dumb and not sitting there sounding dumb when everyone else is talking and trying to befriend some of the people in the existing group and making myself appear as positive and wonderful as i see myself on my best days. surely i’m not the only person who feels this way at events that often include established social groups. things like nano, for instance. reaching out is hard, whether you’re the new person or an established member who has trouble reaching out to others. even more fun, it’s not immediately obvious which people are feeling awkward or anxious when they’re the new person in a group, or who needs that extra nudge to feel welcome. as one of those people who is bad at reaching out to new folks while also struggling with approaching the existing people, making new people feel welcome at events is hard. there’s a certain comfort zone associated with staying close to existing known people, yet events like nano attract lots of new people every year. which is great! but it’s also easy to stay with those known people at the expense of introducing yourself to new people. or if you’re the new person, it’s easy to stay off to the side by yourself and think everyone hates you when really, many of us are a bunch of awkward nerds who did the same thing in the past. and once you feel unwelcome at an event, it’s easy to think this is how everyone acts all the time and therefore never return. i’ve seen several people at nano events only once, and despite my trying to reach out to them (an effort in itself), they’ve never come back–at least to events i attend. these exact circumstances that make large events like kickoff and tgio super-awkward for awkward people are the same circumstances that make write-ins an ideal social situation, at least in my experience. at write-ins, it’s perfectly okay and even encouraged to ignore everyone while tapping away on your project. you can even go off to a corner by yourself and write if everyone else around you is talking. in fact, if you do so, you’ll probably be viewed as one of the more productive people there. all this social anxiety is one of the reasons i’m no longer an ml. having to be socially “on” all the time during a write-in was too exhausting when all i wanted to do was ignore everyone and write. hosting write-ins as a regular participant and not an ml means that i can still look around for people who look lost, but there’s no pressure to be the one in charge, making it perfectly fine to lose myself in the words. so here’s a question: how do we make nanowrimo communities even more welcoming to those who aren’t super willing to jump into an established social group when some of us have the same quirks? from local in-person events to the forums (including the private ml forums), jumping in can be intimidating while existing members suck at reaching out. what can we do to make sure everyone who wants to play a part in the thriving nano community can do so? this is something i’ve been struggling with for years. i don’t have any good answers to this question in part because i’m a tragic noob when it comes to social situations. what about you? posted in uncategorized | tagged anxiety, nanowrimo | leave a reply what i’m reading, september 2016 posted on october 2, 2016 by sushi reply another month, another review post. this will probably be my last post until the end of the year since i stop almost all reading in october and november thanks to nanowrimo. however, i do plan on continuing to run, and i listen to audiobooks while running, so we shall see. onward! the filter bubble: what the internet is hiding from you by eli pariser: i listened to this book. ever notice how ads seem to be targeted for you, even if those targeted ads are terrible? (i’m looking at you, tr*mp ads.) ever notice how you see the same content from the same people on facebook? we’re well into the era of digital personalization. this sounds like a good thing in theory–we’re more likely to find what we’re interested in. but in practice, seeing only stuff we like only reinforces our own beliefs, leaving fewer opportunities to expand our horizons. that’s the argument eli pariser makes in this book, and it’s a strong one, even if some of the examples are a little dated now. he goes back and explains the history of online giants like google and amazon and netflix, showing how they started using personalization and accidentally created these filter bubbles in the process. if you’re interested in online privacy at all, you should read this book. (4 out of 5 data points) browsings: a year of reading, collecting, and living with books by michael dirda: i listened to this book, a light-hearted essay collection about books and authors and the bookish life. each essay is meant to be read separately, not binge-read, although i violated this rule throughout most of this collection. while some of these essays are definitely better than others, that’s the nature of collections like these: some will be to your taste, others won’t, and still others may veer from the topic altogether. still, the essays reflected some eclectic tastes that i never would have given a second thought to otherwise, which made for a fun read… er, listen. but even better than the essays themselves is the narrator of the audiobook, john lescault. his voice is so calming and soothing that my roommates asked whose voice that was while i was listening and getting ready to go out. (4 out of 5 vintage books) when breath becomes air by paul kalanithi: this memoir i was worried about the rain while running and finishing it. i should have been worried about my face turning into a faucet. kalanithi was a newly trained neurosurgeon diagnosed with stage iv lung cancer–despite having never smoked–and he wrote this book while going through cancer treatment. what makes life worth living? what should he do with whatever years he had left, whether that was one or ten? it made me think of my own potential answers to these questions, knowing that these answers wouldn’t be definite unless i were in those shoes. kalanithi really did write like he was running out of time. (4 out of 5 deep questions) wikiworld by paul di filippo: this short story collection is… all right. while some of the stories are all right, none of them really stood out to me. i enjoyed some of the futuristic envisionings, but some of them were downright confusing. this year, at least, it says somehting when a book takes me three weeks to finish. (3 out of 5 futuristic visions) becoming nicole: the transformation of an american family by amy ellis nutt: i listened to this book, which is the story of the maines family–wayne, kelly, and identical twins jonas and nicole. there’s one thing: nicole is trans. this book tells the story of nicole’s story and transition and how the family dealt with various challenges, from nicole’s schoolmates accepting her (they did for the most part) to presenting as female every day to the family’s activism in trans rights. simultaneously heartwarming and heartbreaking, the story follows all four family members and their stories. i wish we had heard more from nicole herself, but all in all, this book does a great job of telling one family’s story and how they grew closer, despite everything that could have torn them apart. (5 out of 5 transitions) for better: the science of a good marriage by tara parker-pope: i listened to this book, which takes a look at what makes a good marriage. well, in theory. in practice, i already knew a lot of this stuff, such as how couples argue and balance the chores. while some of the info was interesting. there are also quizzes throughout the book to reinforce what you’ve already read. while these are obviously designed for couples. i’d be interested in reading a related book with more info on lgbt+ couples post-marriage equality. this book confirms one thing: if i’m getting married, i’m only doing it once. (3 out of 5 vows) characters and viewpoint by orson scott card: this is part of the elements of fiction writing series, and i read it as an attempt to brainstorm for nano. (and okay, so i could give it back to a friend i’m seeing later today.) this book discusses topics from creating characters to point of view to rounding out characters, and it’s really helpful no matter what stage of character development you’re in. shame this book wasn’t written before first person present was everywhere; i’d be interested to know what card thinks of that. if you have trouble creating believable characters or even just want a refresher, this is a good book to pick up. (4 out of 5 characters) being mortal: medicine and what matters in the end by atul gawande: i listened to this book, which discusses the end of life and what we can do to make the last few years of life better than just sitting around and waiting to die. the book is part memoir and interviews, part history on caring for the elderly. personally i found the history of elder care more interesting than the memoir and interviews, in part because it gave the book the context it needed to succeed. my grandmother spent the last year of her life in a nursing home after breaking her hip and developing worsening alzheimer’s, so this book hit particularly close to home. if you’re interested in elder care at all, read this book. 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One word

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