LXDWIN and The Day Job
I'm feeling torn between my passion project LXDWIN and my day job. To make it more bearable, I'm using the latest LXDWIN instance to complete a task I'm not fond of. Join me as I try to balance my passion and my job in this blog post.
Balancing Passion and Responsibility: How I'm Using LXDWIN to Get Through My Day Job
By Michael Levin
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
So distracted, but in a good way. The LXDWIN project keeps pulling me in and that’s where much of my future resides for a multitude of reasons. It feels so right, the culmination of everything I’ve been doing with Linux, Python, vim & git, and my pet projects, Levinux, Pipulate, mlseo and all the rest. But I really have to focus on slamming out a to-do item for my day-job that I’ve been having difficulty “finding the love in”. But that’s not an option. We have to do it. We have to discipline our minds and get it done. 1, 2, 3… 1?
Do this work locally and not on the server. Do it with the latest LXDWIN instance and that’s the first part to making it love-worthy.