At least one post per month? That seems possible, yes.
Wish I didn't have such money relationship issue, I'm always unnecessarily stressed out thinking of bills that I'll obviously be able to pay and situations that I won't be bothered by lack of funds. I don't really know what I'd rather do? Maybe having infinite money so I'd be able to do whatever I could? Can't I do this already? Am I being paranoid?
Funny enough, I'm definitely being paranoid trying to learn every Slovene case before everybody else in my class. Am I just trying to cover my bases? Am I trying to be better than the rest? It doesn't even make sense, I just should want to learn it. BUT in any case, I need to relax a bit my head and my back, buy a new chair and play some No Man's Sky.
Anyway, I wanna find some time to try streaming a few things. Maybe animating stuff? Maybe reading some silly stuff? Playing anything weird? I'm up to things! And it should encourage me to create things a bit faster without procrastinating.
Also, I need to think of new things to animate, either some stinger animated transitions or furry-related animated collabs/commissions/wtv. I've been only doing some (quite, uh, different) adult ones, but I also miss some cute things. Lewd cute maybe? Bring on some ideas!
Zalagasper simply made me start learning Slovene, since 2019 when the duo showed up in Eurovision, with Sebi. It's beautiful, it's chill, it makes me go all the mental places and back, easily. I love every song they make and the last one was simply amazing.
They mixed with another duo, Blackpanda, from Spain, and produced the amazingly vibing Carta. I can't stop listening to the collab of Slovene and Spanish in a gorgeous beat. Their voices are astonishing and the result is so wonderful. Please check it out!
Also, finding a place to buy is fun and stressful, but rewarding. Can't wait for it to go well.
I was really glad when I was shown this Neocities/retro website trend. Old HTML? Basic CSS? No complex things? No responsive code? No frameworks? I'm totally in.
I tried designing something retro point'n click-esque, with some icons and interaction, but I ended up focusing on my fave process: less worry, more chaos. So I just began coding things, adding divs, colors that I also use on my animations website, and it took some nice form and I like it!
Not having to have a headache due to all the rules and shenanigans modern products have is awesome, and it pulls me away from the daily routine to a fun, easy project.