Here is a bunch of stuff I did, thought, said and looked at in 2014.
I’ve been feeling a little weird (tired) so have been resting as next week is really busy. I’ve been keeping up with work, watching some films and working on the sparkle project (more on that tomorrow).
Two exciting things happened today. One, I was featured on a design blog. Two, I went to a recording of TV show Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
I spent my morning running around town, trying to find things for a wedding, my afternoon at an RSPCA charity event, and my evening with another film.
My day was mostly taken up with work related things. I went to a meeting with a potential client, got lost on the trains coming back and then sorted out a follow up to the meeting.
I’ve always enjoyed keeping Sunday as a quiet day. I try not to do any work if I can help it, and free myself to do whatever I want—no matter how lazy.
Saturday has been half chores, half fun things. I got the chores done early on, in between reading chapters of It. I did some more drawing and watched The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. Read on to see how that went down.
Today was my first official “no job” day. I said goodbye to 3wise on Friday and then had a fairly normal weekend. Saturday in Brighton with my best friend. Sunday on the sofa, watching Friends and having some mental downtime by playing the Sims.
It doesn’t always happen, and it isn’t always a Friday, but I tend to aim for one film a week. Last year I watched over 100 films, largely down to a LoveFilm subscription. I don’t watch many TV shows, so my “passive consumption” time is predominantly made of films.
Ed and I watched Garden State last week. He told me not to get my hopes up, but I really enjoyed it. Yeah it’s cliched, it’s not five star acting, but it’s sweet. There’s a few things that made me think. I think if you fancy something that ends up a bit feelgood, something a […]
Stardust. Beautiful, enchanting. I came out of the cinema thinking that real life was sometimes incredibly boring compared to the story in the film. I guess in real life you have to make your own magic 😉
My reasons for wanting to see this are as follows: