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I haven’t written a blog post in 4 months now. That’s pretty slack by me so this is going to be a long one. In short it’s about SectApe & guitar geeking, music & happiness, death & numbness, Camp Nanowrimo, an EP launch & a trip to Darwin.
I decided to drink only clear fluids for a month. Not the hardest challenge ever I’ll admit, but I sure did miss caffeine.
After doing NaNoWriMo I needed to do something before I edited it. This is how I came to read the Wheel of Time series over the course of a season.
Been a long time since I’ve done a challenge so I had a go at NaNoWriMo this year. Here’s what happened when I tried to write the first draft of a book in a month.
It’s been a long time between posts, so here’s a bit of an update on what I’ve been up to.
I don’t like to put myself into a box anymore. I don’t like the question what do you do? It implies that if you don’t “do” something then you have no worth. I instead like to ask people what do they do for fun. Watching TV can be fun. Reading can be fun. Meditating, socialising, masturbating, there’s many things you can do for fun. But what do you do? That’s a shitty question and implies something job related in my eyes.
I guess looking up weird shit on the internet is what I used to do for fun. This post is kind of disturbing.
I had a wedding in Bali to go to in June. So, naturally, I booked a return ticket to KL with 5 weeks in-between flights and no plan of where I was going to go. This story has nothing to do with Bali, and everything to do with cheesy romance.
*this picture is of Scott’s hands pre him getting virtual reality. I think they have been busy since.
What do you get when you don’t drink, smoke or masturbate for (close to) 30 days?
Nothing. But you do need more toilet paper than normal to clean yourself up when you fail.
A month of no challenges doesn’t mean I can slack off on a blog post. Here’s an update of what I’ve been up to, mainly playing music and wearing out my fingers in the process. New challenge in a month.