Damn, can’t believe it’s already a new month. Can’t believe this will be the fourth month of quarantine, too.
So June started pretty well! I’m back on track with writing Destiny, I finished the 40 Hours of Practice challenge, made progress with my commissions, I got this one in-game thing I’ve been grinding for, and it turns out my basil do not have root rot! Apparently my hand’s doing better despite drawing more, too.
I know those are a bunch of really disjointed and random things, but whatever. Funny how practicing my violin helped me get my stuff together, though. Probably because it’s what implements a schedule of some sort the most.
I am really, really hoping it’ll stay this way, especially that it apparently took about a month to recover from NaNoWriMo. I’ve got a lot of writing to catch up to (especially that I didn’t write last night since I was too tired) but at least I’m looking forward to it now!
I had an entire plan laid out for this month. Of course, there’s writing Destiny. But then there are also the two commissions I have: one is to illustrated a D&D livestream’s party of five. The other is a family portrait of sorts (because of its deadline and other reasons, I’ll focus on this).
I also really want to finish Breath of the Wild and start Hollow Knight, dammit. But my mum decided to pull me into binging Legend of Korra, the sequel to The Last Iarbender. And I’m still grinding in that aforementioned game, Sky: Children of the Light. It’s a weird game to ‘grind’ for if you know it, but my friend’s doing it so why not?
But then I remembered that I only had two weeks until classes started.
Guess that’ll mean I have to work extra-hard now. I guess I’ll have to drop that computer science course for a while, too (even though I’ve already dropped it a long while ago!).
It would be great if I managed to finish at least most of the commissions in these two weeks (and finish Breath of the Wild, heh). Honestly, I’m really only writing this here so that I’m somewhat obliged to do it.
Plus, I’d really like to go full out before I switch into study mode, especially with the chance that it’ll be through online learning. If I still have things I need to work on then, it’ll completely throw off my studies.
And of course, I’d like to keep this Notepad series alive, too, though I admit it’s not high on my priority list — I think the amount of late posts says that well enough, though.
I guess they’ll mostly be quick updates like this post unless I actually have a topic at hand to talk about. And though this series is mostly for myself, hope you readers out there don’t mind it.
Here’s to hoping. Stay safe out there.
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