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Past and future festivals

Various minor things done recently, let me type them out. First, I saw Iggy Pop live at the Flow Festival. He was awesome. Especially considering his age of 69. He held nothing back and the setlist was pretty much perfect (personal favourites included Sixteen, Mass Production, I wanna be your dog, Skull ring, Sunday etc. … [ read more » ]

The Highlands and the free falls

Time marches forward and doesn’t care if you are tagging along or not. I haven’t been using my time in a most optimal fashion, but I did make some achievements. I visited Scotland after some 30 years, which was nice. Great landscapes there (no trees blocking the view helped). I also made some day trips … [ read more » ]

Resetting ambitions

In my previous post I wrote about my plans “falling apart”. I wasn’t playing the bass guitar as much as in the beginning and not getting results in the gym that would keep me motivated. Well, I probably haven’t touched the bass since that last post and maybe been only twice at the gym. I … [ read more » ]

Where am I?

Been awhile since I’ve written anything here. Time to break the silence by typing what ever my fingers feel like writing. In my previous post I mentioned getting a bass guitar. After the initial excitement and interest, I’ve hardly been playing it the past month. I do have a much better understanding of playing one … [ read more » ]

A month of changes

Okay, since I declared earlier that I will need to step up my game in improving myself, let me take a look what has happened so far. The gym. I finally bought a gym pass and not only that, I’ve also been going there three times a week. Really pleased I got this thing going, … [ read more » ]

Time to start updating myself

Last year was crap, honestly speaking. It didn’t go as planned. But, the past is the past and nothing can be done about that. No use moaning. This year things will be different and I’ll start getting stuff done. I’m going to re-evaluate the old self part by part, then one by one improve each … [ read more » ]