Tuesday, February 8, 2011

6 weeks, and the general improvement of myself within that time.

 First off, lemme go ahead and apologize for not posting for the entire weekend. It was pretty busy, what with my brother coming back from San Diego to visit for the weekend, and the Superbowl going down. That being said i'm getting back into the groove again.

The next six weeks are going to be Hellish for me. Why you may ask? The biggest reason being that I've started my accelerated math course at college. Normally college courses go for 18 weeks. My math course is going for six weeks, five days a week, at 7:30 in the morning. That's just 30 days of straight up math going on. We're also learning everything we would normally learn within those 18 weeks in our six weeks. So i've got that going for me too. This means i've been getting up around 5 in the morning just to start working out. Oh by the way, I started working out too. Its nothing big right now, I'm following this regiment that involves three days of weights, and three days of cardio, alternating between each every day. The weights are probably going to be the hardest part cause its been a while since I've lifted. As far as cardio goes, i'm already dancing my butt off at work, so i've built up a tolerance towards jogging and that sort. The type of lifting i'm doing right now will tone up pretty much every muscle in my body right now, and I can vouch for that. I'm pretty damn sore all over my body, but its a good feeling.

Speaking of dancing, I'm also trying to get some sweet new dance moves, mainly for work, but also to impress the ladies. Cause everyone knows that the ladies like a guy who can move his feet. My dance routine at work has gotten a bit stale, same goes for my music, so i've been scouring the internet for some good music to dance to. I've found a pretty good amount and my library is slowly building.

Now that schools in full swing, i've found it difficult for me to find time to just laze around and play video games. (I still do though surprisingly.) I even went ahead and picked up the new map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops. I really wanted to play the new zombie map, but it's never that simple. Out of the 10 or so times I tried joining a game, I only ended up finding about 1 other person to play with. Sure there's like 16,000 other people playing the same map i'm playing, but they must all be playing together, therefore i'm the only one without a group to play with. The new map is still pretty fun, yet the developers still left a few things in the game that's infuriating, one being that if you get touched twice by the zombies, you're down unless you have juggernaut. That's  pretty stupid if you ask me. When I play these games, I feel like the developers take two steps forward and one step back. Maybe their intentions are pure, but its almost like they're holding out on us, and for $15 per dlc, that's just bs.

Luckily, the dreams i've been having are entertaining me for the time being. It's kinda weird, I may have already said this before but since I read the guide on lucid dreaming, I feel like i've become more aware of my dreams, even if they all aren't lucid. I had a dream a few days ago where I was almost convinced it was real life. I was being chased by the police for something I did, what that was I have no idea. I woke up all sweaty though, and I was pretty thankful I wasn't going to get arrested. Maybe it has to do with my subconscious.

Big wall of text this time, but i'm making up for about four or five days of not posting, so the next posts will be smaller for sure.

12 comments:

  1. Sweet blog, keep us updated. PS. Math sucks.

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  2. No one should have to endure a math class at 7:30am, especially not one that's 5 days per week. My deepest and most sincere condolences and sympathy go out to you.

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  3. Man, good blog, I'm following from here on out. I have to say though, the COD series is exactly like that since activision got their greedy hands on it. Just a money machine, nothing innovative. Imo anyways.

    Just started my blog, so if you'd like to check me out:

    http://justsomespice.blogspot.com/

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  4. Always good when someone tries (succeeds) at self improvement!

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  5. oh! you should learn to shuffle. it's heaps fun: http://youtu.be/vb5NeJO1BqU

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  6. Man thats harsh, 7.30am!?! That sucks bro, I feel for ya!

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  7. I too believe I'm having more vivid dreams lately!!

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