Heads Up!

Hey folks,

Just a quick note here! This week you should be seeing some changes around the site, so if things look a little funky for a minute, don’t fret! I anticipate having most of the kinks worked out by Friday. The construction will not effect the usual M-F blog posting, but if you have trouble viewing anything please shoot me an email.
Also, I’m really excited to announce that in two weeks I’m planning on having a little something I’ve been calling chart week (like shark week, only less sharks). We’re nearing my one year anniversary of beginning a daily mood charting routine, so throughout the week of March 19-23 you can expect to see a series of posts about mood charting, how to do it, what it can bring to the table, and some fun charts incorporating the data I’ve collected over the last year.
Thanks & happy Sunday!

8 responses to “Heads Up!

  1. disorderlychickadee

    Chart Week! Woohoo! (I love love love charts and graphs!)

    Don’t think I’m trying to steal your thunder, because I really didn’t know you were going to do Chart Week, or else I would have coordinated with you on it! I just put together a couple posts on mood charting that will go up this week. So feel free to borrow some content or pingback as you like. 🙂

    • I am a HUGE sucker for charts and graphs!

      Thanks, and I will definitely check out your posts… perhaps I’ll do something that links to some of my favorite blogs on the topic? Otherwise I don’t expect to be at much of a loss for content since I’ve been hoarding information for a year!

      • Sweet! I’m looking forward to seeing what you’ve hoarded.

        I’ve just got two posts. Tomorrow’s is on a couple of mood chart tools, graphing the values as time series with Excel, and visually interpreting them. The one for Thursday goes into a couple of basic statistics – averages, standard deviation, correlations, and F-tests. I’m a total geek, I know, but maybe someone else would find this stuff interesting too.

      • Sarah @ bi[polar] curious

        Math was by far my favorite subject in school, so any real life application makes me absolutely giddy!

      • I hereby admit to a math undergrad. We’re clearly in good company. 🙂

  2. Kudos on keeping a tight mood chart.
    I’m looking forward to seeing what’s in store later this March.

  3. On Math.
    The universal language. Yet, I remain incommunicado.

    Keeping a mood chart is smart,
    Maybe now is the time to start.

    I’m in my rhyming mood… doesn’t last long.

    • Sarah @ bi[polar] curious

      I’ve been told that there is somewhere in the hypomania/mania realm where people feel compelled to rhyme. I don’t know how true that is, but I found it interesting.

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