I believe I’ve accomplished much in March. Though things have changed from my previous DDSX posts. Maybe sales just isn’t my thing? I’m still unsure, but all I know is that I am now able to focus on things little by little. One by one, instead of focusing on multiple things all at once.
I feel as if that has unlocked one key to happiness. I don’t feel stress. I’m happy.
One of the day in March, my friend literally had about thirty minutes to teach me how to edit some videos and I remember just watching him and thinking, “I am not going to be able to remember all this.” (I have really bad memory) The next day, I turned on my computer, opened program, closed my eyes and started rewinding to the previous night. For a second, I felt as if I was him. Pulling together and apart clips. I’m forever grateful for that thirty minute we had, because I actually learned something.
Also, aside from that. I’m getting comfortable around camera. Being in front or behind camera doesn’t really bother me that much anymore. Especially with the shoots I’ve done.
I’m still waiting to get a call back from the no-kill animal shelter to check the status of my volunteer application. I’m really hoping to work with no-kill animal shelter and also animal advocates and rescues so I can get the experience of how it works and so I can help out as much as I can. One day, I will be able to start my own and save lives.
My goal this month is getting to the L.A fashion district to get some materials for my clothing line.
We’re already a quarter into 2017. I have to stay focus and execute my goal.
Last Monday I went and did my first photoshoot because my friends either couldn’t or didn’t tag along. This pass Monday, I had my friend (Cesia) do it with me and my best friend (Pilar) tag along. It was a 35 minute drive from our city to where the photographer (Greg) is. On our drive there, we listened to music and shared story. Cesia was in the back perfecting her make-up. I can’t do that in a moving car.
We all met up at Vons and took Greg’s car. It was going to be about an hour and something going to Santa Monica. Pilar sat in the passenger so she can record the drive and whatever that is outside. Her and Greg talked most of the time. Pilar’s a very talkative person, and she has a loving personality so it makes it so easy for people to connect with her.
We got to LA and we were very hungry. We went to this hotdog place of Greg’s choice. At first I was unsure about it because I thought they only sold sausage by itself. Then I saw a man cutting a bread/bun in half. Ces and I got the turkey & chicken sun-dried mozarella. Pilar got the lamb. Greg got the rabbit and rattle snake. While we sat and waited for our food, we played hangman. When the food came, I took a bite into my hotdog and it was the most delicious hot dog I’ve ever had. The restaurant is called Wurstküche Restaurant.
Once we finished our food, we hopped back into the car inbound to Santa Monica. We got there and got dress. Pilar was helping us with our pose because she’s more experienced in modeling. She also carried and moved our stuff and recorded some clips for my vlog. It was fun, and exciting, and we felt as if we all got something done.
I want to go through my day learning. If I’m not learning I want to be doing. Executing. I don’t want a minute to go to waste.