I am now of the one of the millions of addicted gamers. True. I'm playing a game called Elvenar which is a fantasy city builder. A friend of mine introduced me to it and since then I've spent countless hours playing it.
It's time like this, I'm happy I've got a day job as that gives me a rest. It is truly addictive however in way it's a strategy game.
So it starts off very easy and progressively gets difficult. I'm on level two and this is where strategy comes in. And boy does strategy play a part.
I guess the aim is to build a big and powerful city where a owner or gamer can form alliances. I'm far from the level.
So in the beginning a gamer chooses to be human or elf, then from there starts to build. In each species you start from a village or hamlet status with primitive and rough looking dwelling to becoming a sophisticated looking city.
The key I've learn the hard way is to have as many houses as you can since that generates taxes and also wo…
So new focus. Yes, I never know what to write about. Never know what’s interesting so I’m just going to write for myself…if that makes sense. There are slew of blogs trying to change the world, radicalise the world, and revolutionise the world so I’m not doing that here. Not am I going to think - oh will people find this interesting or boring. To be frank, I’m a pretty boring person but hey ho let me write.
I’m thinking of changing my gym. Well right now I’m a member of Virgin Active Health Club which styles itself as a life style gym, and to be honest the only thing I use is the hot tub, sauna and steam room. In the three years I’ve been a member, I’ve only been in the gym about ten times, gone for two classes - they are always fully book so I only really just use the hydro-pool/spa, and steam room. I’m a member of the Islington Angel branch which is were all the posh liberals are. This is a picture of the spa, and pool. The pool can be a bit chill at times.
Blogging has't been the top of my agenda for a long time because I'm at a lost of what to say or write about. Really. I also think my life isn't that interesting and the interesting things that happen to me tend to involve other people so I do feel it's not my place to share those.
However I've been thinking of how I can keep this going and make it interesting. Work has also been super busy as if you're read other blog post you'll realised I'm a chartered associate in a certain profession, I also work in a very small team, and the organisation has a £15 million turnover. It's a medium size but with extremely complex nature so no two days are the same.
Writing had taken a huge amount of my time because I'm working on my novel however I'm getting back into my non-writing interests and hobbies. I do a fair bit of street photography on my phone since I like street art and there are some talented artists out there. T…