I literally can’t remember when was the last time that I’d to visit doctors for my own health issue. And then, as far as I can squish memories, there were couple of headache in every few months- due to less-sleep, working on different monitors etc, or extra long sleeps- :p. Might be a few food-poison-related issues once in, may be six months, or in a year! There were most likely one, or two half-day-long-fever that tried to convince my body to stay longer but couldn’t. None of ’em warrant a call to doctors.
I’ve been fan of ‘Somebody That I Used to Know‘ for a quite long time. Just found awesome cover of the song by Walk off the Earth.
Their cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9mybTArlsk
BTW seems like they can play anything as an instrument (watch other video from ’em)!!
“Most people overestimate what they can do in 1 year and underestimate what they can do in 10 years.” —Bill Gates
Sharing this due to my nature of looking at things in the longer term. You need to live on the moments and so on- however, how these small pieces of events tied together in a loop, and build something over the years vs decades are something you need to be thoughtful about.
You’re an artist when your day to day led by your life, and occasionally you disrupt it to go to the direction based on your needs and wants.
Rock on, you only live once. :))
When you don’t expect anything in return and keep doing your best, suddenly the best of the best things happen for you.
Life is about making memories so you can have a smile in your alone time. The more you’ve such memories, the more successful you are.
There are times we tend to prioritize many different focus in our life but end of the day when we get to have self-time, it ends well only with a smile, or else the days worth nothing.
One of my favorite approach is doing things to see what may not work and why- instead of chasing what would work.
It’s like, dismissing the wrong way first, when walking thorough the process- up to certain point- is done and the reason why it won’t work has been grasped. It could be “costly” in terms of effort, time, and hitting the wall might seems like a “loss” or “waste”.