Today was a good day, I managed to make loads of progress at work, and I managed to record the next two weeks podcasts. They're both going to be long as well, which is encouraging.
I had a revelation today in relation to my exams too, which lead me to remark as such and while I don't know everything, looking over a past exam paper made me realise I know more already than I anticipated, and I know that I'm making correct notes, notes that will point me in the right direction and make me understand the subject more.
I'm also finding that as I really start to understand things I'm able to implement them into my work and explain them to my co-workers why we need them, and if I can't explain it then I clearly don't understand it well enough.
I'll be honest, I forgot about writing this today and was playing the guitar more than I should have, alongside recording the two podcasts, I wanted to read, but that plan has gone away until tomorrow. I'm hoping that tomorrow I'll write my journal before I go out, but there's a lot of qualifiers for that. It's expected to snow at 6 pm, so I might not be going out, and then I've got to make sure I actually get stuff done tomorrow morning so that I can relax a little tomorrow. I'd like to get in from training tomorrow and not turn my laptop on, that's the dream. Then I can just spend an hour or so reading, and getting lost in the Discworld.
I think my schedule has started moving, as I'm feeling tired of what I think are the right times, and I'm finding waking up at 6 am to be easier. This morning I had a great gym session, there was a punching bag set up, so I got myself through my planned workout and then did some TKD kick drills, and I'm really happy with my right leg, but my left leg still needs work. I felt barely able to stand for my morning, but by this evening I was feeling great. I like the way a morning workout suits me, I knew it would, I used to work out before I worked at the warehouse 6 and a half years ago, but those were completely different times.
I've been really enjoying exploring different music styles, but I always find myself heading back to rock, and this time I was listening to Russell Allens Atomic Soul, and there's a track on there that reminded me of Clutch and that was a great listen, as I dived into the Clutch back catalogue. I found myself coming across a track called Air by a band called Out Run, which was great, but lead me down a synthwave path, that took me to familiar musicians in a band called Zeta, made of Chimp Spanner and Daniel Tompkins from Tesseract, and they put out a synthwave album under the name Zeta and it's great, I'd recommend checking out. I think I wrote about them a few months ago actually. I might just write about music tomorrow.
Have an excellent day! You're all my favourites!