- Finish painting the damn house. October last year, my mom and I embarked on a total house overhaul. Repairs were done. Rearranging took place. House-painting, inside out was initiated however, it never got a hundred percent done due to small details. You know: Painting small areas, critical wall areas, boundaries between rooms and planned color coordination, those kind of stuff. It entails a lot of precision (slowly but surely) and concentration to an area, which can really get on your nerves. At the end of a painting day, I get really tired and lose interest in continuing the job the next day. There’s something about precision painting that really saps all of your energy.
- Make a complete set of paintings to hang around the house.
- Go on a “photo-shooting day” for black and white images to frame and hang around the house.
- Get the garden plants up and living. Arrange them in such a way that beautifies the backyard.
- Finally make inquiries about a business franchise that me and my friends will embark on.
- Enroll in classes on or learn web development.
- Review for UP-Conservatory of Music’s Music Theory Exam, which I plan to take next year.
- Set up a regular practice schedule for piano and violin and adhere to it.
- Review for the upcoming NMAT.
- Start a blog project that focuses on fat-loss, exercise, health and wellness, integrity of the physical self, and self-esteem.
- Create a poetry blog. I’m actually undecided on this since having a lot of blogs can be stressful. I could publish my poems in THIS blog, but it wouldn’t fit in with the majority of the essay and/or prose content.
- Watch Puss in Boots and Happy Feet Two in November. Also watch The Tree of Life, Cars 2, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, and Real Steel.
Get a girlfriend to accompany you on those movies.
- Find part-time work until about January to mid-February next year.
- Finally clean up my email inbox—lest my life be permanently thrown into chaos.
I really have to get a more substantial life. LORD, help me!