Nothing big going on, which may have something to do with why it hasn't occurred to me to post. I've been reading up on sound isolation and trying to design my recording booth, and today I finally found my car's maintenance schedule online and made an appointment to have it serviced.
Also I have, after many weeks of good intentions, actually successfully added vocal practice to mandolin and octave mandolin practice two days in a row (unfortunately this increases practice time from 40 minutes to an hour a day but there is just no cure for that) and am hoping to make it part of my regular schedule. I have also decided to rotate my countermelody filk pieces through my instrumental practices. I had been just doing the traditional instrumental pieces but I'm so pleased with how that has been working I thought I should really be doing this for melodies I sing to as well. I'm hoping that by the time I get my recording booth built and, you know, *start*, I will be a better musician and maybe recording and mixing will be faster when I don't have to cut between mistakes as much.
Unfortunately a bad recording space leaves indelible marks on the tracks, so I'm trying to build my recording space right the first time, which means it is taking me a long time to make up my mind what to do. But I finally decided to just set an alarm and work on it for an hour every day--presumably eventually I will come to the end of the available information and know what to do.
So that is what is up with me at the moment.