Today was helluva crappy day. For some unknown reason, I had a hard time organizing my thoughts. If only I could multitask smoothly (which I really need to learn how to, by the way), things would have been easier for me. Blame it on the girly hormones, but I guess I just woke up at the wrong side of the bed. >_<
So after coming up with blank thoughts and no-nothings-at-all, I decided to go out and run. Oh God no, I am not being “emo” and all, but I just had that great feeling that a good run would awaken out all the sleeping beauties in (what I like to think) this not-totally-a-pea-sized brain of mine. 😉
This afternoon’s run was just unexplainable. Maybe because it was extremely hot when I started to sprint, but I would like to consider it as one of the “best runs” I ever had. More of a fun run, if I may say. Not only did sweat come out of my body; the creative juices simply overflowed.
In short, I felt good. 🙂
After the run, I was able to wrap up my travel writing entry for a newspaper. Yey to me. Haha!
I’m supposed to be sending school-related e-mails and at the same time writing for Guess What right now , but I think I could use the graveyard shift for all the gossiping in the corners around tinseltown.
I’m starting on a new brainchild. Call it spur of the moment, but I think it’s going to be a good read. 😉
Give some love to PROJECT itunes: Attack of the Playlist.
*Why? Simply because most of us (I assume) have itunes installed in our PCs/laptops/ipads.*
How often do you check your playlists? Have you memorized all the titles of the songs in your library? It’s funny how sometimes we get surprised when we hear a tune which we do not even know that it’s in our itunes after all.
I get that a lot.
And then I thought… why not write about it? 🙂
This is a fun way to relax and lube the knobs and screws of our thinking tanks.
PROJECT itunes: Attack of the Playlist.
Music. Madness. Me.