First Stats Update on my way to 5000 HivePower and 2500 LeoPower
First Stats Update
We are already past the first month of 2022. Gosh, time really does fly by. It seems like it was just yesterday that the last hours of 2021 went by with the loudest fireworks I've seen in this neighborhood. And that while there was a general fireworks ban in force in the Netherlands. That aside.
January is already behind us, and after a month in which unfortunately due to circumstances I have not been as active as I would have liked to be, it is time to start looking at my goals. And especially, what is the state of affairs, have I perhaps come a small step closer to my ultimate goal despite my inactive period?
Now last month when I calculated what I had to earn per week I didn't take a screenshot of my Hive Power at that time, but I'm sure it was less than today. And not what HiveStats shows me. HiveStats.io's 30-day chart really confuses me to say the least, and doesn't currently make it any easier for me to work out what has changed this month.
According to HiveStats my chart looks like this:
And if there's one thing I know for sure, it's that this can't be right. Simply because I have never had so much HivePower. And I haven't done a Powerdown in the last few months.
So let's see if Peakd's analytics are better.
And that makes me happier. This looks more like my account. Peakd gives me the following picture.
December 31, 1604 HivePower
As you can see, on December 31, I had 1604 HivePower. Which at that time meant that I would have to earn 65.13 HivePower per week. Converted to a month, that's 283 HivePower per month! I already wrote a blog yesterday in which I told that due to circumstances it was not possible at all to stay active, unfortunately, but that also meant a significant backlog of my Hive Goals. At least, that's what I assumed. Not fun, right in the first month of the year. The other side of the story, perhaps early in the year, is that you have plenty of time to adjust and take a few extra steps to straighten things out, so you can get back on track. And that is certainly easier to achieve at the beginning of the year than later in December.
Well 1 month has passed, and have I earned 283 HivePower? My HivePower on February 1, 2022 was:
This equates to a difference of +254 HivePower over the past month. And that means I'm 29 Hive short of my monthly goal. But to be fair, I certainly would have estimated the damage higher after these last two and a half weeks in which I have not been able to be active. Fortunately, I was wise enough to do a powerup of my earnings for writing the Bro Newspaper.
If I now calculate that 5 weeks of the new year have passed, my new goal per week comes out to a new total of 66.86 HivePower that I have to earn. If I convert this to a monthly goal, it now comes down to 285.64, which I round up for convenience. So new goal, 286 HivePower per month I have to earn if I want to have 5000 HivePower by the end of the year.
Then on with Leo. At the beginning of the year I had a total of 1078 LEO on my leo account @foreverhero. And I had to earn 119 LEO a month to stay on track for my LEO goal this year. 2500 LEO on December 31, 2022.
How did that go?
That looks better!
My old total of 1078 LEO has increased to 1280 LEO, which means I have earned 202 LEO this month. And that's more than I needed, per month, to get to 2500 LEO by the end of this year. The new goal for LEO every month is therefore no longer 119 LEO, but 111 LEO per month.
Despite the fact that I have to adjust my Hive goal slightly higher, I did achieve my LEO goal for this first month. And that gives a good feeling in this first month.
When I set my goals a month ago, I also wrote that I also had to start finding a good rhythm again. So that I wasted less time per day on “Nothing”. And the first thing I had to change was my day/night rhythm. Going to bed too late, which in turn resulted in getting up too late, wasting half a day before I could even do anything.
Night owl by nature
I may be a night owl by nature, but my partner and dogs don't care about that. My partner just has to go to work early in the morning. And my dogs live in a normal rhythm too, meaning they are quiet in the morning and at night, but they just need that exercise and attention during the day. This means to me that I often don't have time during the day to do my things on Hive, but that I can use the morning hours, and the evening hours when my partner is also at home.
I've found my sleeping rhythm back
Only those morning hours, I wouldn't be able to make good use of those hours if I was still sleeping those hours. It always takes a lot of effort to turn around such a disturbed rhythm, but this week I can say that I'm back. I have found my sleeping rhythm again, and that also means that I can get up on time again. And that gives me the opportunity to write my blog in the morning. Sometimes it also has an advantage if you get the flu. LOL. That has ensured that I was able to change my disturbed rhythm again. And for the time being there will be little danger of it sinking again. There is no vacation from my partner on the program for the time being.
For this first Update post, the state of my account is therefore;
- HivePower + 254, which is a deficit of 29 HivePower.
- LeoPower + 202, which is 83 LeoPower more.
New goal per month;
- 286 HivePower
- 111 LeoPower
I still have to think about how I can put this in a clear Excel file for myself per week. But my conclusion for today is;
After 1 month in 2022 I am not completely dissatisfied. It's going to be a lot of work to get to the Hive Goal, but I'm going for it! I have faith in achieving my goal for Leo.
Until the next update!
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