Well, shit. It’s been three whole months. So much for trying to keep up on this here blog on a regular basis.
Remember this? Well, let’s see how it going.
(Note, I’m not going to comment on each specific topic in that NY post, just some of them with added colour commentary.)
“I plan to start moving again. I’m going to get myself a bike and start using it for all the errands that I currently drive for – like going to the store that’s literally less than 5 Km away”
I bought a bike. A nice, basic fitness/city bike. While I’ve never been the worlds biggest Cannondale fan, this bike checked all the boxes for me:
- Rigid fork
- Single chain ring on the front.
- Disc brakes
- Interior cable routing.
The test ride in the store parking lot sold me. This bike is limber and, so far, it does what I ask. I haven’t really pushed it yet due to weather and springtime chores but as we move into May, I will be going farther and farther. I haven’t realy biked anywhere in well over 5 years, so I’m going to ease back into it.
Food and Drink
Uh-huh. This is not going as well as planned. While I have shed a little weight, I’ve spent more time eating useless, carby, packaged food (and take out!) than I should be. Also, have been drinking a little more than I should be.
I haven’t worked on anything since early March. Musically, the new tune I have is done but only has half its lyrics. I need to get back on this in a big way.
Writing (Non Blog)
I’ve picked back up on this. FocusWriter is my app of choice (I did try a few other, Open Source writing apps and found them overly complicated) and I set a daily goal of 500 words. I kept this up for about two weeks, then tapered off a bit. Now I try and find some time in the wee hours of the morning. Or I spend time pecking away at this rather than doomscrolling through the news.
This is an edited version of what I originally had here. I felt like i jumped the gun on a few things and was very, very reactionary about the computer bit which is stupid because it’s just computer shit. I’m trying to not be whiny about things like technology. I want to take deep breaths, look at my options and move forward. I don’t want to hit a snag and just stamp my feet and yell.
So I’ll put a little tech/computer update here and shitcan the incessant whining.
- For various reasons, I needed to use Windows, and right around this time Linux started acting up (after a system update).
- I flattened the computer to Windows swearing to never touch Linux again.
- I found that I really missed Linux so I tried Ubuntu Studio which I didn’t like.
- I got Fedora back up and running. I’m on version 38 and things are smooth.
- I’m still dual booting Windows for when I need it.
And that, as they say, is that.
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