Catching Up

by Caven Cade Mitchell

I said I would write a daily journal but I've obviously been failing horribly through no ones fault but my own.

A lot of bullshit has recently gone down and it's kind of given me a wake up call and made me remember that one of the most important things in life is to do what you say you're going to do and only say the things that you can stand by.

I'll keep this relatively picture free because I want to stick to the 30 min mark and uploading/finding a bunch of pictures takes time.

Actually I take that back g.o.a.t's stock photos make adding pictures easier than even I realized.S

So here are the updates that I've missed for the most part.

I've been at home grinding for the past couple weeks. Mainly to train my dog as fast as possible plus not wanting to deal with destroyed furniture, a pile of shit, and puddles of piss everywhere. It just makes sense for me to work from home. He's a beautiful pup, but he's got issues at least until I train him up.

I've been back in the gym too.  Working out at anytime fitness cause they're tattoo friendly. I have to keep my tats covered but at least they wont deny me entry. Had to pay a little extra to get a locker at the gym. Simply because I can't make it on the train in the morning.  My duffel-bag is too big and it makes me feel bad pushing people out of the way so I can get on the train.  Japan's early morning commute is brutal where I live now.

But that's pretty much been my life the past couple weeks. Work, train my body, train my dog.

There are a couple of business ventures I'm looking into but too soon to speak on anything.

I started a book club with the Design Japan folks. Currently reading: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry into Values by Robert M. Pirsig. It's a short but interesting read so far. Not sure if I'll recreate the wheel though. There are other book clubs in Tokyo and may just join one of theirs instead.

That was pretty much my day.

Caven Cade Mitchell