Partly because I was away, I haven’t made quite the progress I would have liked this week.
Write every day: While I got plenty of writing done at the conference, I didn’t keep up the pace once I got home; in the end, I only wrote five days out of seven.
Travel preparation: I did some more research, and made a start on making backup copies of all the documents I’ll need, but didn’t really finish anything.
However, most of the things I still have to do are appointments, which shouldn’t be difficult to get done now I’m back home.
Read a book every two weeks: I finished reading Prophecy’s Ruin, by Sam Bowring.
I wouldn’t say it was perfect — the miltary scenes, in particular, don’t quite ring true — but the premise kept me reading anyway. The symmetry of good and evil in fantasy is something that’s always intrigued me.
Good luck and happy writing!