I hate to be that guy, but spring break is just about over. With that, I feel like we’re just beyond the halfway point of the semester. With that, I am curious as to how people are progressing with their project and general work. Personally, I feel as though I have made it more of a priority to chip away at the various tasks that will earn us points. That being said, I definitely feel as though a lot of that work will be beneficial in terms of achieving the best possible end result for my project. I have made an effort to filter a lot of my activities towards topics and activities that are relevant to my project. In the process, I have definitely come across various interesting insights and discovered new perspectives. My only concern is that a lot of this feels forced rather than organic. Maybe this is the stupidest thing I have ever said, but I am forcing myself to discover new things rather than allowing it to happen through a more natural discourse. How anyone approach their project differently? Is anyone simply researching things that they see fit and worrying about points as a more secondary matter, or are you prioritizing points the way that I am, and doing your best to ensure that the activities you’re doing are applicable to your ultimate goals? If you feel as though you don’t fit into either category because you haven’t done much yet, that is a perfectly acceptable and noble answer also. You’ll probably make other people feel a lot better about where they’re at.