On the horizon

I haven’t been online much the last couple of weeks. I fell behind on some recurring projects I enjoy doing, like my Follow Friday videos, and keeping this blog updated. Was in full swing migrating more of the old entries over, then went into the holiday weekend. I was going to dedicate some free time this week to doing more of that, but the iTunes store had a big sale on games, and because I’m on a shoestring these days, my low budget ass took advantage and picked up a bunch of choice titles for 99¢! As such, the free time I intended to use to work on the blog got pretty much pissed away by a range of quality time wasters. I did get some other stuff done, actual productive stuff. Really, I did.

I put some work in on a new lecture I’m planning to give, sifted through some old stuff I had in storage and started to pull together some art and photography to sell, just like those other broke ass folks lining the streets of major cities peddling their dreams for the price of a Starbucks Grande Vanilla Latte. The life of an artist is romantic, ain’t it?

Everybody has to earn a living, me included. After all, I have rent to pay, groceries to buy and 99¢ games to play, just like every other dude. I’ll keep you in the loop on how my financial endeavors pan out. Feel free to offer suggestions.

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About smile from The Lower East Side

An American Legend.

Posted on July 9, 2011, in Insomniac Non Sequitur and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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