I'm back from Hong Kong -- my family and I were there for CNY, our anniversary, and Valentine's day. A few days more, and we'd celebrate our daughter's birthday there too.
Anyway, back to the grindstone. I hope to finish a number of things that I started before I went on vacation. On the technical side, I've pushed out the initial makings of a web hosting site (on hostgator, and in turn, theplanet) which will host our internal projects. The migration from self-hosting will take some time, but it'll be more reliable and cost effective (for example, we'll be able to eliminate the dedicated line to host our own web servers).
On the non-technical side, I've made a contribution to CarbonFund (i.e., offsetting our business' carbon footprint), filed a tax return (just one of many more to come), requested quotes for E&O insurance (unfortunately, there aren't many insurers, and IT firms are considered high risk), and looked into local computer/office equipment recycling (and hard drive destruction).
Now that some sense of order has returned to my desk, I can start prioritizing the TODO list for the week ahead.