We rushed through the last two episodes of this acceptable yet underwhelming first season of the Castlevania animated series. Still, the loose adaption of the videogames isn’t all that bad. It’s just there were some avoidable hindrances preventing the show from being truly great. The poorly-drawn foot pictured below summarizes the majority opinion, however, it’s not all pitfalls.
The benefits of waking up early to work on my projects brings the drawbacks of fatigue. Establishing mental fortitude is not easy. Discipline requires sacrificing the complaining that minor aches invite. Pacing is the key to enabling that relentless charge toward the life I want to actually become realistic. I’ve found that snacking throughout the day, and moderating overpriced lunches to instead use that time to nap, works better for me. The reasons are below:
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Slightly mixing up the format of this week’s update to “The Story.” My spontaneous 500-word short stories are unplanned story jams. My 6,000-word short story contribution to the Keyboard Kommander Story Mode is more planned out. These and more are practice for my 500,000+ word plans with “The Story,” primarily featuring Trishna (left) and John. They’re human characters, with personality flaws, so let’s cover some of their blemishes. Here’s the mix: in potentially their own words?!
Spoiler Warning Scale: Minor (in-depth character development)
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The home guarded by white picket fence would never be the same after that evening. They were just settling down for the evening. The daughter was sound asleep and the wife was reading in bed. The husband walked the torn, fleshy remains of that evening’s chicken dinner to the compost. As he turned to lock up the front gate and put the dogs to bed, he heard fierce barks, followed by whimpers, then unworldly moans.
Maturity Warning: Read With Caution
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You have more time than you think to work toward the life you want. Even without sacrificing sleep like I regularly do. When I tell people my first alarm goes off at 3:40AM, they cringe in agony. I cringe in defeat when I don’t get that solid 2 hours in the morning for my work. I’m not a morning person. I just know if not now, then when? Here’s how I’ve maintained this schedule since April:
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The first of a proposed 12 short stories, fleshing out the world of Keyboard Kommander, is complete! The next few Saturdays will reveal a story arc that will be unlocked in-game. We’ve been brainstorming realistic short term and the fantastic long term story mode ideas. Don’t worry! There won’t be any spoilers below. I’ve grafted the spoiler tags from my own project, “The Story,” to be sure. Here’s the spoiler-free update for our short term plans:
Spoiler Warning Scale: None (just general planning!)
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#rowingmachine 50 rows. I’ll let you in on a little secret. I’ve actually been doing 51 rows lately! Not 50! This innocent deception is just to confirm I hit 50 rows. Especially when I occasionally exert myself well past my physical and mental limits, where each of the last 10 rows feels like I’m climbing up and down Mount Everest, I’m spent by the time I reach 50. Also, I go with 50, not yet 200, because it’s a reasonable amount any day.
WANNA FIND OUT HOW 50 ROWS, TWICE OR THRICE DAILY, IS DOING? KEEP ON READING!