March was a month of resting for me. No matter how hard I tried not to, I still felt drowsy during most days—so I slept, way more than usual (I was very close to going to the doctor to see what was wrong). Slowly though, things started to pick back up. My energy level is finally back to where it needs to be, and I’m excited about what’s to come in April.
I wrote another Peace and Productivity post this month, and this one is about a new morning schedule with 30 minute blocks.
I’ve had 12 studio sessions so far this year, with most of them happening in March. I released one of those songs, titled Gaining Speed.
I wrote about the current iPad lineup, and then right after that, I wrote about my new setup, and how I’ve traded iPads with a friend, and how I’ve stopped using the Plus version of the iPhone. Both of my daily devices are smaller now.
I sold my PS4 this month, for $300, which was the same price I paid for the Nintendo Switch. I’m proud to say I’ve logged 50 hours of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Hands down, best game I’ve ever played (Here’s a few post this month about Zelda: Already the best reviewed game of all time, 45 minutes with Zelda convinced him to buy a Switch).
I wrote about the ending to Blonde, and how much I love the last three songs. I even told a friend recently, that this Frank Ocean album has replaced John Mayer’s Continuum as my favorite album of all time. Bold statement, but I’ve listened to it that much. (Here’s the Dropbox link to it if you haven’t heard it.)
When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you. — Lao Tzu
Kendrick Lamar released the first track, Humble, to his new album coming out next week. Dave Chappelle returned to the world with two new stand-ups. They’re a must watch. Justin West released a Blonde Tribute: half Akira, half Frank Ocean. I came across someone on YouTube, by the name of MisterAmazing, who did a Black Mirror essay, titled Dystopia Done Right. Black Mirror is on Netflix if you haven’t seen it. Death Note released a teaser trailer, for its live-action movie coming out in August. S-Town: a nonfiction podcast, made by Serial and This American Life, is the first podcast that I’ve binge-listened to.
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