24hours a day. 7 days a week. 12 months a year. Result 31st december: Didn’t stop smoking, didn’t meet future husband, didn’t learn how to do the two finger whistle. DAMN IT!
You know, I started to take pictures and collect them in a nice photo album when I was 12 years old. Until today I filled 4 books with hundreds of memories, stories and faces. I even wrote a journal for some years and tried hard to keep track of what I experienced, saw and felt. Now the part for all the hobby psychologists: What the heck was I trying to catch there?!?
Anyway – guess facebook is the solution for fools like me with the eternal desire to remember, look back and live their memories. BUT STOP – no, this won’t be another post about facebook. Keep on reading and E-LEARN dear fellows:
The point I wanna make is more, is it really a bunch of pictures which identifies my personality? Coming back to the beginning of my blog post (for lazy fingers, don’t scroll up… it’s senseless anyway) – what counts at the end of a year, phase or life? Yada yada yada (reality showed again, even in blog posts I am not able to do what I actually planned…) POINT IS: Stop filling your albums with pictures of the past – start living the today and take your chance to prove that you are worth it to be here on earth (I am a Christian and 100% sure you are!).
What have you learned last week? Or let’s say last months? Something cool, something you can impress your next lover with? Something entertaining you can perform on the next home party? Was there something you wanted to learn for many years? Or are you jealous of the salsa skills of your room mate?
I def. have to learn how to come to the point:
YOUTUBE! How did you use the page so far? Most of us use it for watching music videos (and discovered their hate for intellectual property rights) or to watch episodes of “How I met your mother” (etc.). But have you ever seen that:
Next party hit;
How to braid you own hair:
How to smoke rings:
First Guitar lesson:
Enough from my side now. I guess you yourself have a hundred more ideas about what would be cool to learn and what’s worth it to spend time on.
But isn’t it cool, how the internet is able to teach me and a thousand other people at the same time? One teacher, one million pupils! Amazing, right? A quiet simple form of E-Learning and a good first step to figure out if you like it or now. – I def. do!
I won’t bore you with other information about E for today. Take this as a first motivation and learn to love it before we get professional.
My absolute favourite How-to-video at the end:
You hear from me next week!
So far, take care and let the letter E-nfect you!