It’s just good practice.
It’s a good practice to keep all your critical thoughts and actions to a minimum while you’ve got it.
If you’re not sure if you’re in the right phase of the systems life cycle, theres a simple way to tell its easy. Just look at the clouds.
I have a friend who’s been in the hospital for two years with a bad back and now is spending most days in a wheelchair. He has a regular daily shower and the nurses don’t want him doing any strenuous exercise because it hurts his back. He has a regular weekly blood draw, but he’s on a diet now and still has to use a wheelchair to get around.
The regular daily shower and weekly blood draw help us see what is going on with our systems. But we cant really tell if we are in the right phase of the systems life cycle. Theres just the way things are going, and without knowing what is going on we cant really tell if we are getting the right care.
The question of whether or not to be evaluated every few months, or even once a year, is a bit tricky. The idea is that we are not getting the right level of care. If we get it, then we get a better level of care. The problem is that as soon as we know we are getting the right level of care, we get a better level of care. If we are not getting the right level of care, then we should not be on the system, period.
The fact is that we dont know exactly what level of care we are getting, but we can determine that we are not getting a good level of care when we are not getting a good level of care. It is a good idea to evaluate periodically, but the question of whether to do it regularly or once a year is an open one.
This is a good time to do periodic evaluation. The question of whether to do it or not is a good one, but you should consider why you are doing it. Many systems have a “maintenance phase”. It is a time where the system is tested and worked on. This usually happens when we are in the process of upgrading or new hardware is installed on the system. That’s where the maintenance phase of the systems life cycle begins.
Maintenance is more than just having the system on a spare part list for a few days. Maintenance is a way of keeping things running smoothly and efficiently. It means keeping the equipment up-to-date. In most cases, this means checking systems periodically.