Alright Alright. I'm getting used to life in China now. It's hard here sometimes. It's this crazy kind of lonely. When you're blue you can't even get your favorite comfort food or cuddle with your best friend. I've got friends though. This week, National Day/Autumn festival, to chill the fuck out. I've been going to hard for too long. I haven't really taken time for myself. I've been living with my ID. I've been way too irresponsible and I need to make a change. I'm having a night in and it's great. This is the beginning my two weeks of sobriety. (Oct. 2)
I've been hanging with H a lot. I forgot how much I missed just chillin and goofing off. I also showed her my copy of to change everything by crimethink and she loved it. Which made me so happy. I'm glad to have made a friend who is open to a more radical way of thinking. I thought that being here I would meet a lot of basic people, but I've been proven wrong. She's also working on becoming vegan. One of us one of us! All I see is green and black!
I've been trying to recruit for the rugby team but it's been slow going. I have a bunch of ideas now and I'm not sure how to implement them. I love rugby so much and I just want to play. Looking forward to the Xiamen tournament. It's a little stressful as I've just been thrown into the first but I have a few ideas.
Other than that I've been floating along a little. Stressed that I'm not doing well at my job. I'm worried that I won't be able to renew my visa in February. If that happens I don't know where I'll go. I want to travel more. I'll probably wonder until I end up somewhere. It's a scary but comforting thought.
But I have plenty of time until then. As long as I keep up with work I'll be ok. Keep busy and go out in moderation. I've been cooking for myself a lot more. I need to get back on the oil-free kick. Also working out more, I need to be doing yoga everyday again, get my head back in the game.