What I've been doing lately

2014-03-29 17:22:11 by Yoshiii343
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It's been 11 days since I posted anything worthwhile, but damn, it felt like months had passed. Anyway, here's what I've been doing:

 

- It's 5:14 a.m. as I'm writing this, but I've decided to take the plunge, begin my journey to become a boxer and make a workout routine (and stick to it!).

- I got a part time job at a certain fast food chain (lets not name it, they probably got moles everywhere) on Monday. If you have tips on how to not feel too tired and moody at the end of the day, do leave a comment.

 

So...yeah. It feels weird not waking up in the morning, getting ready for school or getting scolded by the teachers from camp.


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FRAYDOFRAYDO

2014-03-29 18:18:48

+atta boy! work hard at, strive to the best!

+hmm, other than being positive idk how not to feel moody and tired. while it is work, look for some enjoyment in it. chat it up with people, customers and co-workers; it helps the time go by.

Yoshiii343 responds:

Haha, thanks!
I should do that sometime.


KatMaestroKatMaestro

2014-03-29 23:59:21

Boxer? You live in Malay right? Why not Eskrima or Kali?

Yoshiii343 responds:

Yeah. Funnily enough, I've never heard of those two 'til you mentioned them. My guess is that they're not really well known here in Malaysia. There's Silat and Muay Thai, but I'm actually scared of those two.

Besides, the only gym that doesn't require me to take a 2 hour road trip is a boxing gym.


KatMaestroKatMaestro

2014-03-30 02:08:46

I forgot about Silat too. Well, if boxing suits you then good choice :)

Yoshiii343 responds:

Since boxing only allows the usage of the fists, it's hard not to think that it's a safe sport (despite the fact that MMA has caused no deaths for the past 5 years or so, and boxing still has).


N0E0G0AN0E0G0A

2014-03-30 06:43:27

Yeah, just don't be those "machine workers". It'll only hurt and make you tired of your job. Try to enjoy life at your job as hard as it seems to be. (no I do not speak with my own experience as I never worked yet. But I know how mind-breaker a job can be as most of the people who don't enjoy their works around me are : tired, sometimes violents or depressed, and mostly alone with their mood as we can't "sympathize" with them, we cannot "understand")
I'm pretty sure if you can take enjoy your work, you'll be able to enjoy the rest of your days.
Also.. I do not know much about boxe, but it can't be bad for keeping your body safe I guess. Except the fact that you'll be smashed in the head x)
Anyway, what about here ? Do you plan to do some music ?

Yoshiii343 responds:

It's sort of hard for me to be a monotone, mechanical worker since...well, okay actually I am sort of like one of 'em. I rarely chat with my co-workers, join in with their jokes and pranks and all that...then again I am a new hire, and my first week on the job has just passed so I can't be too loose, too early you know?

Truth be told, boxing is the least effective martial art for self defense. In an actual fight, you rarely find someone who'll fight only using their fists. I'm more interested in the sport. Yeah, getting your face rearranged is part of it so might as well embrace it haha

As for NG, I'm still without a good laptop/computer (and my old HDD, that has FL Studio and all my samples and project files), so it's going to be a while before I can continue my journey into music.


N0E0G0AN0E0G0A

2014-03-30 14:39:18

owe too bad for the music =S
But still, good luck with your work, and good luck with the sport, I hope it won't knock you out (joke, haha.. I'm not funny)