I don't know because planning things is also something my brain doesn't like >.<
^thisOof, different problem than me then. I just have so many plot hooks and ideas, but I don't nearly have the time to finish them all! I have to focus on one project at a time or else I'll keep jumping from project to project and never get anything done on any of them. And it doesn't help that I'm waiting on background information for one story, so for now I just have to write and hope I didn't accidentally do something wrong ><
*gets cool idea*So you do get what I mean! Everyone else thinks I'm crazy and can't keep up with my project ideas ^^;
Like, "you mean that vampire one?" "No, not that vampire one!" Etc.
*gets cool idea*
*writes one single paragraph*
Nah, that seems lame...
*gets cool idea*
Oh, and the number of times I have made a new project in unity, coded the player, and then deleted it is amazingExactly this! I just counted - I have 132 text files for random things I haven't completed. And that's not counting the writing I've done for unfinished novels and game projects ><
Google shut down Google Play Music for Youtube Music recently. This switch forced me to use Youtube's platform for my music, but that isn't the worst part. After listening to some of the albums I've paid full price for before the switch, I discovered that I'm getting commercials every other song because I don't have a premium Youtube account. Why am I getting commercials in a product I own? I refuse to pay a subscription for the luxury of not being sold to. That's why I buy albums to begin with.
I seem to be growing out of it, fortunately, I used to have days where I so tired and itchy that I didn't do anything that day, doesn't really happen anymore. Yay for immune system!I feel the pain. I have allergies too and it's a weird morning ritual where I sneeze at least 4 times in a row. I hate it. Don't know why it has to happen. Doesn't seem to matter where or what time of day. XD
That's what I've been told to do. Time to go back to the phonebook sized CD bindersI suspect the only way to avoid companies changing your deal down the line is to buy hard-copies of music, such as CD's.
No company can insert adverts onto your CD after you have purchased it.