But I'm back, maximising all my Apple products.
So nothing's been going on for awhile now like I've already expected it.
Just a really chilled out August with a few things here and there.
Have been contemplating on taking up dance classes, boxing lessons and whatnot.
But can't seem to be able to bring my lazy bones out of the house where I'm most comfortable in.
Thus, we're back to square one.
Nothing is happening.When you're busy, all you want to do is to rest.
But when you're resting, you either just want to do something or rest some more.
And I'm having the time of being stuck in between the former and latter.
It takes time getting used to having a job with irregular timings.
Because most friends around me have the kind of nine to five jobs, it's almost hard to organise gatherings and meet ups with them even if I'm mad free now.
Could only do it after hours, which isn't exactly my thing (not exactly a fan of crowds).
Wanted to head overseas for a holiday but I'm scared for the life of me.
What's with all the bombing going on and all.
It pains me to watch the news nowadays.
I just wish the world can be a peaceful place for everyone to live in harmony.
Why is it so hard to achieve that?
Why must we make one's differences become the ''problems'' instead of solving them?
Another down side about having too much free time is, you tend to think a lot.
I'm not even kidding about the a lot part.
There has been so many things on my mind.
So much more that I'm having difficulty sleeping at nights/ mid-mornings sometimes.
I need a better body clock.
But good thing is, I'm back to reading again.
An app that I've been using on the phone is Scribd.
It's free for a month and then you start paying a subscription fee for it subsequently.
Am on my second month now and I'm still loving it.
Been so obsessed with John Locke's books that I've completely his 'Donovan Creed' series, 'Dani Ripper' series as well as 'Gideon Box' series.
I'm not usually into thrillers but hell, this guy got me hooked like crazy.
I like the fact that his books are all well-paced, yet you still get details out of it.
Especially love that he sometimes puts different point of views from different characters.
It's just like how E.L James came out with 'Grey' from the '50 Shades Of Grey'.
Did I also mention how the characters in all of his series are all related somehow or another?
I love love LOVE the links between them and it feels like I'm treasure hunting sometimes.
Gah, thank you John Locke for your awesomeness that got me back into reading.
Gotta find something else to do now.
Should be starting on ''Producers'' in abit.
And here comes the abrupt ending, lol.