Hello Blogger friends,
Long time no Blog! (see what I did there? Thank goodness I can still think of terrible puns!)
It has been such a long time since I last posted anything so this is going to take a bit of getting used to!
I have had a crazy summer of doing lots of things. Believe it or not I actually left the internet and went outside and interacted with people that are not internet retailed! Now that summer is coming to an end (sad face) I finally have a chance to tell you about it. However, I had not completely abandoned this blog over the last couple of weeks. My notebook is spilling out with ideas. I like to think of it as a creative retreat.
I have taken thousands of pictures this summer here is one of my favourites as a peek of what is to come!
Now that I will be going back to University soon I decided that I need to come up with some short of plan to stop procrastinating and get my life sorted. If you know me well you will know that my life is just one big procrastination session. I realised that I actually need to start DOING the things am passionate about and stop thinking 'I'll do it tomorrow' or 'I'll do it after one last game of Mario Kart 7'.
I was inspired by Alex Day and Charlie who both use a system called 'Don't break the chain'. I know it sounds ominous but it's actually a really cool idea and if it worked for them then maybe it will help me.
The idea is that you do an activity for a certain amount of time every day to and when you have done it you are able to cross that date off your calender therefore making a chain of crosses. I am going to be doing at LEAST one hour of Uni work a day (obviously will have to do more) and one hour of blogging a day. The idea is to get motivated to stop procrastinating and get those crosses. I am going to try this out for four weeks and let you know how I get on. I will let you know if it is was a terrible idea.
Am sorry this wasn't a very interesting post but I promise they will get better as I tell you about my summer adventurings.
How have all your summer's been? Miss reading your comments, So let me know!