1. Ditching all my one sided relationships

‘Every time I sell myself to you, I feel a little bit cheaper than I need to’, sings Courtney Love somewhere.

If you feel like you’re always the one seeking contact with someone, why not just stop bothering?

So, people who feel am not adding anything to their lives anymore, you’re going the same way as my coffee habit.

I can control writing at least one blog post a day, I can not control the need of people to have me in or out of my life.

Besides, am an asshole myself, there are plenty of nice people who’ve tried being a part of my life and I didn’t allow them. Mainly because they kinda liked me too much.

Maybe we feel there’s something fishy about people liking us more than we like ourselves.

2. The ambassador of comedy, Brano Roman, strikes again

He made the following selection:

First, check out this video.

And then, if you really know Game of Thrones, you’ll love this:


3. The worst vice is advice

Don’t bother asking for or giving advice.

People are only looking to hear what they’ve already decided they’re going to do.

4. I can always write to kill time

Not saying it’s any good, but I can always write. Headache, outside in the rain waiting for a bus, in a tram, next to a construction site, on a plan next to a screaming baby.

I can always write.

It does not get me what I want, but it’s an excellent way of killing time.

I don’t believe in writer’s block and if you ask me now to write two pages I can deliver them in about an hour.

I never sit around for inspiration to strike, it’s more like a job, you show up at the appointed time and you do whatever it is you need to do.

If I stop blogging it’s not because I can’t keep it up, it’s because it’s not getting me anything except time well killed and some trouble once in a while. Sometimes a nice comment.

I think it’s because I’m not afraid to make mistakes or to make a fool of myself. We’re all fools anyway.

5. It’s not the best teacher movie, but it’s still worth watching :: Half Nelson

‘Dan Dunne (Ryan Gosling) is a young inner-city junior high school teacher whose ideals wither and die in the face of reality.’