Outside of work, I've been drooling over all the smaller guitars that are available now. Years ago, there weren't a lot of options. There was mostly the guitar I have, which is a Squier Mini in red. Now there are Ibanez, Epiphone, Gretsch, Martin, Yamaha, Jackson, Pyle, and so many more guitars. I'm finding it hard to convince myself not to buy them all. Especially since the price point on smaller guitars is much lower than most.
I'm just starting power chords now. I'm now learning new stuff and feeling challenged in this course, which is good because I'm only on Level 2. The one thing that has been bothering me about my guitar is that the pick-guard is a different white than the rest, so I took on a fun little project to change it:
When I'm not playing it or drooling over guitars and gear like pedals, I'm working on my renos, playing games (Minecraft and Cyberpunk 2077), or watching a stream of something. Occasionally, I'm getting some writing in. I will do more once some of my house projects are out of the way. When my home environment is a mess, it's hard to do things that involve a lot of mental focus. I have made progress on my living room and will be done that this week. I feel a little less stressed already.
I've also been fighting fatigue owing to low vitamin D and a low white blood cell count. My inflammation levels are high again. I'm currently waiting to see a new specialist, which is booked for mid-April. I've been trying to rest more and up my vitamin D.
If you want to know how I'm doing on my goals, please click here.