Monthly Recap (June 2017)

June was my favorite month of the year so far. It was a month of stability. Moving to a new location and job was a bigger undertaken than I expected, but it all worked out way better than I could’ve ever imagined. What I’ve learned from this transition: Find areas in your life that could use some adjusting. Areas that don’t need to be started over from scratch, but simply could use some realignment. Complacency is the enemy, and I’m thankful for noticing areas that were getting stale. Leave room to breathe. Leave room to grow. I now have a new launchpad. My foundation has been upgraded.

Cheers to June.

I made a music video. I also realized that I have a problem: I drink too much coffee. Chris Paul joined the Rockets. Apple announced so many things, iOS 11 for iPad being my favorite. The Warriors destroyed everyone in their path, but I couldn’t pick a winner before the series started. I started writing with a pencil. I started writing daily journals.

It is better to fail in originality, than to succeed in imitation. — Herman Melville

I’m Nash (beta 32). I write, record, travel, and hike. Currently: finishing up my first book. Almost done.