I took a break from writing. I had to recharge. I'm not saying that I had no time to write. (We have time. We choose our time.) This blog wasn't my priority at the time.
I decided to stop writing in May. I needed to process during this pandemic.
COVID is one to remember. The year is almost over. I'll be talking about the year 2020 to my future grandkids one day.
Where there's bad, there's good.
At the start of this pandemic, my friend introduced me to kettlebells.
Kettlebells are efficient and convenient. No need for a gym. They burn calories fast. For instance, I found an article about it on WebMD.
Jennifer Warner writes: "The results showed that the average participant burned about 20 calories per minute during the kettlebell workout, which equates to 400 calories during a typical 20-minute kettlebell workout. Researcher say that's equivalent to running a six-minute mile or cross-country skiing uphill at a fast pace."
Kettlebell training is one of my lifestyle habits. I'll talk more about it in one of my future blog posts.
During this pandemic, it got me thinking more about my career and future. I (rarely) ask my parents for help but they continue to be supportive. I'm not getting any younger.
Another chapter in my life has begun.
I became a new real estate agent on April 30. I've continued to provide junk removal service since June 2019. I've been selling my personal items along with material possessions from my clients using FaceBook Marketplace. I've been taking the time to learn more about real estate investing. I would like to own rental properties once I have capital. I'm interested in personal financing as well.
A few months ago, I started using Everlance app to record every time I earn and spend my money, and document my mileage every time I drive. I've saved a lot of money and gas.
You'll see more upcoming blog posts about what I do now.
My purpose in life is to become the best version of myself.
I admit it. I get lazy. I procrastinate. I do get the job done. The mind talks and the body follows.
Everything I do is working on my craft. It's the art of lifelong learning. Don't call me a master.
It's good to be back.