Archive for the Resolutions Category

Resolutions: #5-Listen to more ’60s and ’70s Soul and R&B

Posted in Music, Resolutions on 14 January 2011 by jason

Because everyone should.

Resolutions: #4-Get at least two stories published

Posted in Resolutions on 13 January 2011 by jason

Last year, I took a break from my own creative work to write for a website (which is gone now) and to work on that role playing game I mentioned a a few posts back. This year, I want to get a couple short stories published. This is probably easier than it sounds. I have the stories. They are done. I just need to send them out. So…wish me luck?

Resolutions: #3- Lucid Dreaming

Posted in Resolutions with tags on 12 January 2011 by jason

If you read this blog before my hiatus, you might remember that I had a few weeks where I was experimenting with lucid dreaming, or learning to recognize and control dreams. I’ve decided to try this again, so I’ve been attempting it over the last couple of weeks. So far, I’ve got nothing, but it took a while before I had any results last time, so I guess I keep plodding on.

The techniques I am using are:
1) Recording the dreams I remember.
2) Asking myself “Am I dreaming” while I’m awake so that it becomes a habit
3)Telling myself I’m going to have a lucid dream as I’m falling asleep.

I’ll try other techniques, too, but this is my starting strategy.

Resolutions: #2-Develop a Super-Power

Posted in Resolutions with tags , , on 11 January 2011 by jason

Yeah, I know. I’ve had this one the last couple of years, and I am no closer to succeeding that I was 2 years ago. But you know what? I don’t care. I’m going to learn to teleport, and I feel like this could be the year!!!

BAMF!!!

Resolutions: #1-More Bloggery

Posted in Holidays, Life, Resolutions with tags , on 10 January 2011 by jason

Well, it’s a new year, and I have a list of resolutions. Resolution number 1 on my list is more blogging, both here and on To Eleven. So if you thought this blog was dead, it wasn’t. It was merely sleeping below the sea, like Cthulhu.

So keep checking back here, and keep reading To Eleven (or start to).