You know, I’m not even going to lie…
I find it really hard to keep the updates in this damn blog consistent…really hard. It just seems that I never get time on the computer anymore. I used to be able to post pictures and videos of the day, as you well know, and even that seems to be an impossibility, in the situation I’m in at the moment. My time management needs working, I’ll agree, but there are only so many hours in a day, and it seems that most of those hours are spent doing things against my will that really aren’t necessary.
With every day that passes I get more and more depressed on the progress I’ve made in all my endeavours, since I have no time. My creative block has been in the way of any of my personal projects for months, my stories have all been postponed untilI can finally get time to write them, and, as you can tell, my blog has been suffering the worst of all.
Now you’re probably wondering why I’m ranting on and on and expecting you to listen. Well, truth be told, I’m kind of ranting to myself to get it all out, so you can head on down to the end of the post. I joke, stay here and read, sucker. Anyway, I finally decided to talk (type) it all out so I could move on and finally get my life and in order, if it helps you understand.
Now, I can’t promise I’ll be updating every day, since that’s where I went wrong in the first place. I was trying to get all of my stuff done every day. Work, Pathfinders, Blog, Keyboard, you name it. I was trying to cram a little of everything into one day and do it every day. It, as you can tell, didn’t work out. So I’ve decided to pan out all my activities over the week and follow a weekly plan instead. I know sometimes things’ll pop up but hey, we’ve all gotta be flexible in life. I guess what I’m really saying is that I’m kind of sorry for abandoning you guys and I hope I’ll actually be able to stick to my promises this time. If you were wondering, my promise is this: I’ll update when possible. Which is exactly what I’ve been doing, whilst on my old timetable. Now I’ve constructed a new one, it should flow much better.
Now then, onto recent events. Family Jewels by ‘Marina and The Diamonds’ (or Marina Lambrini Diamandis) is definitely one of the best albums I have ever heard. £5.49 on iTunes if you’re going for the price I got it for. It’s quite diverse and differs from most popular music. It doesn’t seem to fit into any of the major genres, so it seems to found it’s place in the ‘alternative’ section. Marina’s vocals seem to bring out the best in the songs even though some of the lyrics may not make perfect sense, and I have a feeling she could go a long way. I look forward to her new album ‘Electra Heart’ since hearing her ‘Radioactive’ Single, and I suggest you listen to it, if you haven’t already. Obsessions, Mowgli’s Road, I Am Not A Robot, The Family Jewels, and Are You Satisfied? are arguably the best songs out of the 2010 album…but I’ll leave the decision up to you. I also got quite a few other albums, some of which aren’t worth mentioning…which is why I didn’t pay for them…but don’t worry, I deleted them after I’d sampled them.
Now that iOS 5 has been released, most BlackBerry owners have decided to make the switch to the iPhone 4. Those who get the new system, however, don’t usually use it to its full potential. To do that, you’d need the ‘iCloud Control Panel For Windows’ or the built in OS X Lion client, and the iWork for iOS applications. With all these, and all iCloud settings enabled, you can successfully synchronise all documents, photos, contacts, and bookmarks across all your devices and computers. I, for one, find this very useful.
Hey, wouldn’t you know! You’ve reached the end of the post! Congratulations! I’m surprised you made it! Of course most of you ‘readers’ just scrolled down but thanks for visiting anyway. Oh, and if you haven’t noticed, I’ve used an excessive amount of ‘now’s in this post. Don’t trouble your little minds. It was totally planned…
Bless your face. If you coughed or sneezed during the reading of this article then bless you. Peace off, and may your toes stay clean.