Hey everyone!

June is here, and I am trying to be more consistent with everything. I've been focusing more on my YouTube channel than this blog when I should really be working on both of them. It's a bad habit of  mine that I focus on one creative endeavor and forget about the rest. I have more than enough time on my hands to do both, and I will do both as I look for a new job.

Today I met up with one of my oldest friends at her younger sister's high school graduation and birthday party. It was two hours away, but it was definitely worth the trip. The food was good, however the heat was not. My poor SO drove for the whole trip back and forth which I appreciate despite the fact that that was the longest he's ever driven in one sitting. Hopefully he gets used to longer trips if my family ever decides to go to Disneyland or Las Vegas, and he gets permission to go with us.

If you haven't watched my latest Writing Episode, then you haven't heard about the cool news. So spoilers ahead if you want to watch the video first before you keep reading.

Done with the video? 

I've become the guild leader of the Writers Guild on Habitica. I just recently created a June Camp NaNoWriMo challenge where you try to reach a word count that you set for yourself in the month of June (instead of waiting for July like everyone else). I wanted to kick start my writing since I already have a novel outlined. I already wrote about two pages of it yesterday, so after I'm done with this post, I'll be checking off some habits and writing for an hour or so!

Since I've done some changes to my creative routine, I'm messing with the format of future blog posts, so I'd love your feedback in the next few months! My video editing game is steadily getting better, but I'm still miles away from my vision for my channel.

What have you been up to this week?

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  1. Early Sunday morning I completed watching the first season of Timeless on DVD. Our mutual twitter buddy @kiddle recommended the show to me back in 2016, but I didn't become a convert until I started watching the second season in 2018. After that, I knew I had to see the events of season one. Luckily, San Diego's excellent public library system is a great source of DVDs for shows that someone might have missed the first time around.