My first real obstacle with testing my consistency was the preparation of our old house for sale. Clearly, I was unable to clear the hurdle and have been spending most of my time since on getting the old house ready for sale, buying a new house, moving our stuff from the old house to the new house and putting everything where it belongs. Now, however, I am finally ready to take the steps back into my daily software development.
Something I noticed about returning was that it was more intimidating than I thought it would be. Perhaps not intimidating, but I was less inclined to start back up after stopping than I was to simply continue when I had not stopped. I suppose the whole routine thing does make a difference.
Today, my efforts focused on getting the menu screens into the base game and getting it to run without crashing. Then, I resolved all the StyleCop issues. I now have a base game to begin with. Tomorrow, I will start by labeling the build as a good base and then working the first version of the new game.