I have returned to work. As of the writing of this post, I’ve finished the second day back at work post-Covid. It’s been pretty good, actually. I have my usual energy levels (though I am pretty exhausted when I get home, still), and have almost regained my routine. Hopefully they’ll become habits again in no time.
I have rewarded myself for making it out of quarantine by purchasing The Ghost of Tsushima on the PS4. I didn’t game as much as you might have thought I would’ve when I was home sick. I was too sick to game. I didn’t have the energy to sit on a chair and bash buttons. I do love gaming, and this game had caught my attention when it was released, so I’ll be diving into that one of these days.
I’m also back writing, which is nice. I’m at the stage of the story, though, where I hate it, think it’s stupid, boring, poorly executed etc. I’ll be glad to get it out of my head and onto paper.
Since I’ve become fond of rewarding myself for things, I will reward myself for finishing this rough draft by purchasing a stylus for my iPad so I can do some hardcore marking up of the manuscript during the editing process.
And start doing some digital art.
And that’s it. That’s everything that’s been going on in my life. Dull, is it not?
One day I might have some really exciting news to announce here. Or maybe I’ll have the energy to tackle some of the bigger issues happening in the world right now. For now, though, you get updates like this. It’s about all I can manage currently.
Right, I’ve got work to do, so I’ll let you get on with your days.