So a lot has happened since my last post. I may be moving soon. Back to my childhood home in Sugar Land. My dad has offered to gift me the house that he is currently renting out. I have mixed feelings about it. I do like the freedom of a house compared to an apartment. Having my own driveway and yard. Not worrying about loud neighbors above or next to me. These are all good things. But it is an older house, my commute to work will be much longer, and oddly enough it feels like kind of a step back. When I look at this house, it reminds me of my childhood obviously. I feel I'm at the point of my life where I want to forge my own future and start my life elsewhere. What I probably will end up doing is staying in the house for a year or 2, and then renting or selling it and moving to my own house somewhere. I am tired of apartment life though so I think overall I am excited for the move. My lease doesn't expire until November at my place now so I won't me moving until end of the year or beginning of next year if I extend month to month at my apartment.
I'm down 22 pounds since I started my diet in December. But lately I have plateaued and even feel like I may have gained slightly. I've gotten lazy in logging my daily calories on the app I use. I've also had some cheat days and weekends that probably haven't helped either. I'm hoping with the spring coming, I'll be able to add exercise and walk or jog at the park near my place. I don't want to lose all the progress I have made. I need to remain strong.
I've also started a podcast with some friends of mine. I've toyed with the idea in the past and now that its off the ground, I am very excited. Even if no one listens, I think it will be fun just to hang out and discuss different topics.
My guitar playing has improved a little I think. Currently I am focusing on power chords and switching between them easily. Trying to learn some Nirvana songs. It's also rekindled my interest in Kurt Cobain. I remember watching MTV as a kid and seeing his funeral procession but not really knowing who he was. I really didn't start listening to Nirvana until late high school like 98 or 99. The longer its been the more interest I have in the band and in Kurt. I got a book on my kindle written by one of his old managers that I have started reading and its pretty enlightening.
I hope that this year will be better than 2020 with the pandemic seeming to improve slowly. I'm cautiously optimistic. Take care guys.