Who is ready for their annual Benovic-Bradley holiday card?!
Well a very, very heavay a heavy drit, burtation tonight, We had a very dairse, darrison…but let’s go ahead tearis tasin losh flabette bahend the pet
—The entire CS team (via panacirema)
iSpy #savethedate on #benovicbradley fridge 😋 #fridgeoffame
this is my fridge. =)
life in percentages.
I had forgotten what a process writing can be.
What feeling inspired is.
What channeling is like.
Unlike riding a bike or swimming, writing is truly a craft that requires regular practice.
Hopefully I can learn this again.
Every now and then I ask myself what I would do if I had an endless amount of money. The reasoning is obvious. Weed out the things you’d do and just do them now. Sure somethings like “Travel the world” seems far fetched, but how so? Are you REALLY interested in traveling EVERYWHERE on this planet? I doubt it. Even if you could travel everywhere wouldn’t you get sick of it? I would.
It’s always good to have a balance. Some of the things I do if I had an endless amount of money is complete all these games I have stacked up on my TV stand. Get more tattoos, jump to 19 millimeter, and play ball daily. "I’m not hard to please see I’m very simplistic." I meant that line.
Most of the time the answers I give myself from this question are things I could do now. Money really isn’t a factor. I don’t think it ever was.
Procrastination and poor excuses are the problem. I think a lot of us suffer from it. Especially myself.
It’s funny. From a work/career perspective I get everything done at a high level. I guess it’s the means that justifies that behavior. Ironically in a few years I probably wont even remember this part of my work/career but I’ll still have to live with myself in not completing these “Things I’d do if I had an endless amount of money.” It’s clear which one if more important.
Just living isn’t good enough. An endless amount of money won’t solve anything. Let that settle in.
We kinda stopped blogging. We kinda started letting life roll. I’ve probably moved 3 jobs since I’ve wrote anything of value at least to myself on this blog.
Kap -> IIN -> IC
Yup. That’s a lot of change and move all within the past year’ish. Very exciting and very cool moments. Startup’ISH experience has probably been the most satisfying. All with my tech career has left me little time for music. It’s all good tho. I’ve got some ideas and projects that I can hopefully work on.
Even moved out of Harlem back to Queens. Way better apartment. Had a house warming yesterday and I was proud to bring my friends and family to our house. Although I’m not certain I’ll stay here for 1yr+ I think CAB and I have learned how to weed out poor apartments from awesome ones. Well… we did have to get rid of Cat, but she seems like Ohio better then Harlem also.
I started learning the bass a few months back. It’s pretty groovy but once I moved I packed up the studio stuff, and just now getting everything back up and situated for easy access. Still considering about getting the long awaited V-Drum, but i’m starting to question whats the value of having these items/tools/instruments/things if I could never use them due to work or other lifestyle required obligations.
My Cousin Ralph is getting married next month, and my friend Rasheem is getting married next year. Happy for both of them. Ralph relocated to Cali and loves it, and we’re traveling out there in August to live to see what it’s all about.
I wonder if I’ll ever read this stuff again in the future. The idea of looking back through all our previous blogs sounds tiresome. I think it’s been since 2010ish since we tumblr’d often.
In other news, our 5th anniversary is on August 1st and CAB has migrated to Kap -> KS.
I think she’s happy now.
— Benovic Bradley
Wow, it’s been a long time.