Throw away what's in your pockets, grab a shitbag and enter into the unknown.
Not a habit yet but who knows? Test on Adobe Animate.
You can't even walk in Deauville in peace. Thanks Nataliya.
Off Courts Filmfest 2020 Trailer
The Tomato Method to manage your time
Of course, you've heard of the Pomodoro Technique. Some Italian guy with a tomato-shaped timer realized that he was more productive when he sliced his time in 25 minute intervals. And now, everybody uses it.
Here's my take on it: It's just the latest trend for hipsters with nothing to do. So of course, I tried.
I've abandoned the beach for Trouville heights. Adventure, poetry, suspense and cows.
Back to analogue sound. Real pleasure to make music without a computer. First tests.
Found while cleaning: oil on canvas, Nicolas Boulenger original from 2010, probable increase in value, $5.
"So we should not do it as if it were preparing for something else. This should be true in your everyday life. To cook, or to fix some food, is not preparation, according to Dogen; it is practice. To cook is not just to prepare food for someone or for yourself; it is to express your sincerity. So when you cook you should express yourself in your activity in the kitchen. You should allow yourself plenty of time; you should work on it with nothing in your mind, and without expecting anything. You should just cook! That is also an expression of our sincerity, a part of our practice. It is necessary to sit in zazen, in this way, but sitting is not our only way. Whatever you do, it should be an expression of the same deep activity. We should appreciate what we are doing. There is no preparation for something else."