Monday, January 17, 2011

Being "BUSY" is an excuse.

Well, I haven't posted in well over two months. Can I say I was "busy"? Hm, I think that's an overused excuse.

Why do people procrastinate? It's within my nature to procrastinate. Let's look at the things I've wanted to do so badly but have yet to:

- Publish a book: nope.
- Come close to publishing a book: nope.
- Writing in this blog: nope.
- Getting readers in this blog: nope.
- Cleaning my room: big fat nope.
- Being a better person: well...

My last few months, however, have not been totally unproductive :) I visited a new country (Taiwan) and I learned a new skill (snowboarding). Taiwan was an interesting place although I felt more culture shock there than in Hong Kong. The food is VERY unique. Not quite my cup of tea, but the night market culture is quite fascinating. Snowboarding has remained my obsession since the beginning of the winter season. I can go down a green run without embarrassing myself! Yippeeeee!!!!

Well, at least I'm not THAT empty of new plans. I'm working to finish (at least decently) my NaNoWriMo project. Not gonna talk about it now, but it's totally different from Dancers. Also, I've started a new YouTube channel and there's actually going to be half-decent stuff on it. A short film is slated for release by February 1, and a music video featuring one of my musician-friends is also in line. Not to mention a slew of ideas of Vlogs.

Suddenly, after spending around 3 hours a day surfing YouTube, the video-sharing site may be a better blogosphere for me. I mean, I like writing, but I'm a talker too...if you've met me :D

For now, though, it's just a matter of waiting for January 27, aka Ski Day, aka my whole high school attacking Whistler Blackcomb Mountain. Yes, it's gonna be fun...and I hope we watch that horror movie "Frozen" about people stranded on ski lifts as we hit the Sea to Sky Highway ;P

--~Shark out.