I learned three things today when I got my injections. First, the doctor told me that the American Healthcare System puts the burden on the patient to manage many parts of their health. I understand now why I’ve had so many problems – I’m not well-versed in medical or legal jargon. Sickened patients can’t properly advocate for themselves nor, really, should they. Second, after the injections, the doctor worriedly told me: “your nervous system went haywire.”
Thirty days ago, I realized I needed to reorganize my album tagging system to better systematically listen through the 5,811 albums I’ve specifically decided I’d like to listen to for the first time. This number excludes relistening to any of the 7,736 albums I’ve already heard and rated. What’s the point of doing all that? When my life is chaotic, I find data management like tagging, organizing, or otherwise making sense of the world to be calming.