my black friday shopping arrived at my work today. first time in my life i’m using a phone not made by sony. it was a big decision to part ways, but not a hard choice. the pixel 3 stood out from the rest, though the cost also stood out amongst it’s competitors. i told myself i wouldn’t use it before my case and tempered glass arrives. i did well not to unbox it and fidget with it during work
i am sad my phone took a hard fall. it’s like it had a bone fracture except it doesn’t grow back together in six weeks. the day didn’t go well – not feeling good, didn’t make my lifts and not being productive. maybe the turn of the calendar signifies summer vacation is through and competition training schedule is set to start up next week. the pressure is really starting to hit me now that offseason is over. offseason training was good because i got a chance to focus on new things and not worry about coaching, cutting and activity restrictions. the grind will soon begin, am i prepared??
once i learned how to play this game, i have spent a good chunk of my waking hour playing this game. it’s become a pretty bad addiction in the past twenty four hours and i just can’t stop playing to better my score or just play for the sake of playing. the only argument i can make to feel less guilty is this game requires the use of strategies and some forms of math
finally got around to playing around with these nifty gadgets. my parent brought back a selfie stick and power bank from hong kong. taking advantage of hong kong stuff because many things made in china tend to be much cheaper. that power bank comes in handy since my z1 phone battery got a lot worse recently and can’t even last a full day. perhaps it also signals it’s a good time to get a new phone