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Books, Fucking, and Future: Posted on 14 September 2017 by Andrew ANNOUNCEMENT ONE Hiveswap has been released. You should go play it! HIVESUIAR ㄈㄒㄧ NOW AVAILABLE ON STEAM Huge thanks to the entire What Pumpkin_Games team for all their hard work on this project. Everyone involved has much to be proud of. Personally, I think the game is VERY GOOD! Really, better than I imagined it would be when scribbling notes for it years ago. Credit is owed to the fans for their patience while the necessary time was taken to build a studio capable of making a game like this. And above all, credit is owed to the great team that brought it to life. If you happen to spot any contributors out in the wild, on social media or such, I hope you will extend your appreciation for what they have accomplished. ANNOUNCEMENT TWO What Pumpkin and Homestuck are partnering with Viz Media to work on a lot of cool stuff together in the future This will include projects based on both the Homestuck and Hiveswap worlds. The possibilities are wide open, but here are a couple examples of things we know we're going to work on already Viz will begin releasing the Homestuck books again starting next year. These will be nice new hardcover editions, and the plan is to just keep turning out volumes until the entire story is in print. Each volume will be full of my Secret Notes just like the previous ones were. Viz will also be involved in the release of the mysterious epilogue project I alluded to a while ago. Details on format, release date, etc, will remain undisclosed until further notice, but you can expect more information about that to surface next year too. I wanted to do something a little unusual for it, something existing outside the confines of the web story. Working with Viz struck me as good opportunity for this Aside from that, anything can happen. Take a look at the sorts of things Viz has already published or produced These are all examples of things on the table for future consideration for either Homestuck or Hiveswap. I've got plenty of ideas, and so do they. Maybe you do too?? terezis: there’s a new post up on mspa!! there is a lot here to unpack butRERELEASING THE HOMESTUCK BOOKS!!VIZ IS SOMEHOW GOING TO BE INVOLVED IN THE EPILOGUE???“SOMETHING EXISTING OUTSIDE THE CONFINES OF A WEB STORY” this just in homestucks going to be fucking real in 2018. you’re welcome
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Dreads, Energy, and Memes: TIME IS MONEY @MILLIONAIRE MENTOR c 38526701 IG S2.000 36 IB Who agrees?🐼 Here are some tips-rules for successful time management 👌 1. Start your day right. Don’t rush into the day. Take a few minutes to sit quietly and gather your thoughts. Remember what’s really important to you and prepare yourself inwardly to meet whatever the day brings. 2. Have a plan for what you want to accomplish. Have a set of reasonable goals for what you will be able to do that day. 3. Break tasks into reasonable units. Looking at a big task can make you feel overwhelmed and hopeless. And unless you’re careful, it can keep you from doing other things you need to do. So break it up into chewable bites so you know what you’ll get done today, and what you’ll do each day over the coming week. 4. Prioritize tasks and refuse inessential tasks. Decide what’s the best order to do things, what needs to get done no matter what, and what you can forget about. That may mean saying “no” to other people who want you to do things that you don’t have time for. 5. Delegate if possible. For myself, I’ve put together a great team of assistants. I let them do what they’re good at so I can do what I’m good at. I don’t get burned out doing things I don’t like, and I have more creative energy for the things I’m naturally better at. 6. Plan time for meals, exercising, and socializing. That old Puritan ethic can keep you working non-stop – until you burn out and decide to stop for good! Before that happens, make the time to do things that make your life complete. 7. Follow a big push with relaxation. Sometimes I have to work hard to meet a deadline. Or maybe I feel inspired and I work well into the night. That’s great. But I know I can’t keep up that intensity forever. Even if you have to force yourself to take time off, do it. 8. Practice the 10-minute rule. We all have tasks we dread to do. We put off starting them and they loom before us, keeping us in a state of anxiety that drains our energy. The rule is to just work on it for 10 minutes. Chances are, once you get started, you’ll keep working on it. 😉 millionairementor

Who agrees?🐼 Here are some tips-rules for successful time management 👌 1. Start your day right. Don’t rush into the day. Take a few minutes ...

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