I haven't blogged for a while now and I have lots of things to say, lots of stories and interesting theories to share. But time has become a luxury I can barely afford now.
Strange considering the fact that I have quit the entire corporate life paraphernalia. But this also means that there are no assured paychecks, so I am working harder than ever. My time is now divided entirely between doing old school pen-and-paper stuff at the studio [it'll be sometime before we can buy the second workstation for the studio] and coming back home to do the digital part of the work on my workstation [my incompatibility wth laptops has landed me here, unlike my partners who have smartly laptop-ed themselves long ago]. So between the 16 hour work day, I really have had no intention of being near the keyboard unless impending doom, armageddon, uncleared junk mail or other such dire consequences stare me in the face.
The free time I manage to carve out for myself is being spent at the nearby Barista guzzling coffee and gorging books..
But I would like to thank my 4-hours-of-sleep-and-i-am-fine nature, without which even the cafe time would have not been possible.