Totally untracked... Days 49 and 50 were a blur, I slept most of each day and ground out a little work.
Day 51, I was reorganizing -- cleaning up a lot of things. Actually did some good principles of general tracking and goal-setting, clearing out, reorganizing, writing a lot of thank you notes and letters, and closing things out.
D52, put together a medium-sized deal and followed up with all 12 clients that had active/incomplete projects with finishing guidelines... I've been kind of out in space, but Stepan's been on fire and that pushed me to get some stuff in.
Days 49 & 50 were totally shot, days 51 & 52 were quite good despite being low still. I'm going to sketch out notes for today (D53) to get tracking restarted... back to Beijing to speak at a conference on Tuesday, and will renormalize my schedule. This Mongolia trip has had amazing points, but some of the consistency of life in the gym/office/work/sleep/wake/read/write/gym/office cycle has slipped being here.
The moral? No moral. Travel can screw up systems despite best intentions. But you already knew that. Just get what you can when things are off-track, and re-track when you can.