I’ve decided that for this year, instead of making resolutions (let’s be real with ourselves; no one actually sticks with these for longer than 3 weeks), I’m going to make 20 small, achievable goals that hopefully I can complete by the time 2021 comes around. I like to think of this list as more of a ‘mini-bucket list’ or ‘to-do list’.Continue reading “20 Small Goals for 2020”
I didn’t get to read as many books as I would have liked to in 2019 (7 compared to 50 in 2018!) but audio has always been a favourite format of entertainment of mine so I’d thought I’d share some of my old and new favourites, as well as some I’d like to try in 2020.Continue reading “Favourite Podcasts of 2019”
I’ve been feeling nostalgic recently about the GBA SP I had as a kid and how much joy it brought me. Unfortunately being the dumbass 9 year old I was when the Nintendo DS Lite came out, I sold my SP in the Quokka for $20. The Quokka was basically like Gumtree but in the form of a printed newspaper for anyone wondering. Against my mum’s better judgement of “are you sure??” and little ol’ me replying “yea-nah I wanna sell this thing, mY DS pLaYs GaMe BoY gAmEs”, it’s safe to say that I had made a mistake.Continue reading “9 Year-Old Me was a Dumbass: Lessons in Game Boy Advance SP Refurbishment”
I imagine like most people, high school took the fun out of reading. You were assigned a book you weren’t particularly interested in, and then proceeded to comb through every detail of imagery, symbolism, and author’s intent. Right?
I very much felt this way after leaving high school, and especially with starting university, I felt I didn’t have time to invest into reading anyway.Continue reading “How I Managed to Read More in 2018”