My plan for today was to spend most of my task time "stockering": reviewing quarterly earnings reports on my portfolio companies* and researching new investments to make.** Plus doing a little more start-up planning for my TrailWalkers Club part-time business***. And I accomplished all that.
Today was also the day we trapped a big raccoon we suspect is the raider that killed 2 of my wife's chickens last week!****
I launched my day with an early round of blog writing, getting down 200 more words***** on my newest opus, Cashback Cards ARE Worth the Effort, while enjoying a cup of my free gourmet coffee.******
8:00am to 12:00 noon
-- barnyard critter detail and house chores
-- pinned down all the regulatory hoops I will have to jump through to start up TrailWalkers Club (county, state and fed -- oh, my!)
12:00 noon to 1:30pm
-- lunch and another Great Courses DVD lecture from Prehistoric Man and the First Civilizations.
-- welcomed my wife home from her latest business trip.
1:30pm to 6:30pm
-- researched stocks, plowed through several quarterly earnings reports, and set up some new buys and some possible profit-making sales.
6:30pm to ...
-- set out our new and BIGGER live trap at the barnyard.
-- after dinner, played a long session of Pacific War******.
and a trapped raccoon!
-- the trap worked and the next morning we found a big raccoon in the trap!
* How I Stay On Top Of My Stocks:
** My High Yield, High Risk Investing:
*** For Fun And (Maybe) Profit:
**** A Raccoon Raid and Coop Defense:
***** 200 Words A Day That (Hopefully) Matter:
****** Free Gourmet Coffee Every Day:
******* My Strategy Games Rainy Day Passion: