Principles of Fun

People have been asking me about my personal re-invention plan I am going through (which I divided into three phases).

I would like to detail it but it would be impersonal and too boring – what works for me may not be applicable for you. With that in mind, I found that the simple and elegant flash animation I will link you to sums it up universally.

It is truly inspiring. Take it to heart and set out a plan to be what you really want to be.

Things About to Change

Well first of all, for some reason I got fed up with capitalizing the first letter of every word in the title of journals here or on dA. I dunno why I just keep capitalizing them.Anyway, after a recent survey done by my cousin KI, I got some feedback about some things in life that need improvement (my survey to him is still pending :P). So the first and easiest thing (supposedly) to implement is spending the majority of the weekends outside the house and not in, as usual. Although UAEans would sympathize with me, KI does have a point, with all the wasted time (4-6 hours a day) driving a total of 130 kilometers per day, I might as well spend the other portion of the time doing something useful.

So basically I have divided the days of the week. On SUN, TUES, THUR I will spend them on videogames. I will also allocate 1 hour before sleep to reading, since reading does tend to get me sleepy it is a perfect way to spend the last hour of the day.

Now I do not want to fall into a routine, so I will be shuffling and mixing up activities. Since eventually I end up having at least 3 hours by the time I get back home till I start losing all energy, I can do whatever to fill in those 3 hours. I can perhaps even make a very nice gourmet complete with entre and dessert, so that I can enjoy quality time at home and not convert into the hotel it already is.

In other news, my laptop is finally drawing its final breaths. I realized that the total number of days it was OFF in the past 4 years was around 30-40, which means that the laptop literally was under a survival test. I am getting a new desktop, soon, and I am already fishing for good prices.

New is good, not always, but usually is, and I am looking forward to a better life-management.