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We Must Cultivate...

We Must Cultivate Our Garden.

Ever Been To Dublin?

I'm headed there this weekend! Hopefully*.

Hotel costs are about 30% higher than they are in Sweden - which are high enough already.

Commuting costs however are about half our price - and even less if you get a tourist pass. Which works on buses trams and everything for a full weekend. Maybe it's not as neccesary there as here though, a lot of locations are probably within walking distance...

I hear the best pub over there's Temple Pub, and that there's really no reason to be in Dublin unless you visit a pub, and that you'd best stay away from the North or West parts of the city, and watch out for pick-pockets. From a local. I wonder what locals say about Sweden, is life really that much more utopian here... I've never heard of local pick-pockets. There's no area that I know of that's particularly dangerous to outsiders either. Anywhere's potentially dangerous if you're there at the wrong time.

* I say hopefully because I have that feeling you feel when you might possibly have a cold coming on. But now is not the optimal time for that, so I shall ignore that feeling, and be healthy today, and pack like there's not even a possibility I won't tomorrow be on that plane. Cause in part that'd be relief but: really more of a shame.

How the game development's going otherwise? It's going well! Finally. I'm getting into that creative groove again. I'll hopefully have more detailed progress reports to drop here later this month.

That's all. I'm out. Enjoy this drum cover I've been totally obsessed with the last week or so.

That's the level of commitment I aspire to reach. Where I'm a peak. Where ain't nobody higher than me.

Peace out.

Post The Second Friday...

It's been two Fridays already huh? Time passeth all too quickly...

I've been pondering:

1. Posting a lot more code-related tidbits on the blog, that amounted during recent code-related endevours.
2. Reviewing the cars I've been driving the past few months, in relation to work/these code-related endeavors (so far a Volvo X40, X60, Polestar 2, the newest Ford Focus, Toyota RAV 4...)
3. Starting up a dev blog of sorts, and going through code I'm currently working on in detail, as to also better commit it to memory.
4. Start blogging more about travel, and post some pics from these trips and journeys. Like a Motala recap, cause that was pretty cool.
5. Blog more about food, and review some of the restaurants I've been to during the past few months due to all these recent work and code-related endevours...
6. Polish up a few hundred regular movie reviews and get those posted too, but that currently seems somewhat unrealistic.
7. Just stop blogging. Focus on other things.

I don't really want to stop though, I want more time, I want to be more productive, I want to live free and spontaneous again and feel like days are long and never end, and that I can do what I want with them, and manage more with them than I ever thought was possible, yet instead I keep currently coming back to the common and recently developed 'no time' catchphrase when someone calls for collaboration or other conversational effort...

I have jumped on a couple of concurrent collabs, though.

I'm working on a game for the Flash Jam on NG currently - with a mystery coder - and learning a bit more about ActionScript while I'm at it. Though my focus be graphics/verse.

I'll be throwing together something for Pico Day with another mystery musician, though that's currently far into the future. Like next month. Gah.

I want to jump on more! I want to do more! I want to go so hard I have to crawl through these doors on all fours when I go out on my walks, and live life like a (productivity) monster till they line me down in chalk! Not just sit here rhyme and gawk! Go haywire! Say fire! Fire up those thoughts! Lightning-type these fingers! Don't linger here distraught! Be bringer of the rain when they singeth of the drought!

So yeah, I wanna get more done. I'm working on it. Bout to take a brisk walk in a minute so that I may then make the most of this current day, and here's a pretty cool picture of a mountain and a moon in Turin, Italy, last year. Props Valerio Minato.

Aaaand...

...I'm off to Ă–stersund again!

These days they fly eh? Speak more Friday.

Steve Guse Health Advice

Stumbled upon a pretty good cheat sheet for better health in a random YT comment section recently, hope Steve doesn't mind the sharing...

1. Walk barefoot. Studies prove it. You are fatigued because you lack ENERGY. We are electric beings and the earth has a grounded charge. We evolved this way. It is vital we connect. To every cell in your body. Minimum 15 minutes a day, but longer the better. Sand, dirt, rock, cement are best. No asphalt, not sure about grass. More conductivity when wet. The effects are immediate but you likely won't "feel" it until the following morning. Keep at it a few days and you'll never turn back. Energy like a kid again. No shit.

2. Sun. Even better while grounded. Get some color.

3. Never eat past 6 pm. Very lightly if you must.

4. Meditate daily. Find the time. Everything about you improves with a relaxed mind.

5. Breathework before bed. 5 minutes is enough. I do 3 rounds of "breathe of fire"

6. Remove sugar almost completely from your diet. Sugar is a drug and you are likely a junkie. It won't be easy. After you push through withdrawal (yes) which may take 2 weeks to a month the "false"energy you received from sugar will be replaced by "golden" energy. Like when you were a kid. You won't want to go back. Although, cravings will still rear up..have fruit ready.

7. Limit EMF exposure. Grounding combats this very effectively. NEVER sleep with a cell in your room. Absolutely no Bluetooth headphones. Less time around electronics the better. Get outside.

8. Fasting. Late breakfast early supper. Most yogis eat once a day and live to 100 with high energy. Every so often mix in a legit fast. I like 24- 36 hours. Past that I lose muscle but everyone is different.

Source (see comments).

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