Week 2: Aside from noticing a giant flaw in my diet this week, I don't make any big mistakes. I worked out 6 days this week, but walked everywhere instead of cardio. Only ran for a mile. A session of Muay Thai was fun. We were learning clinching, and my neck felt like I was carrying watermelon on my shoulders for the next two days. For creative writing, I finished another competition to write a story in Thai about a teenager who embodied the knowledge of Thoth by accident. Now I have to wait until the end of February to see if I get to the next round! I went to Chicago for the valentine's weekend, just to hang out with a good friend. We went and saw The Big Short. That movie was thought-provoking. I didn't get easy entertainment, but some life lessons. It taught me a fair lesson about American economy, and another knowledge. With certain haircuts, clothes, grooming, and posture, superstars can look like average people. Christian Bale looked like someone's uncle, Ryan Gosling looked like a charmless bully (he doesn't make a good looking brunet.) So, if these things can be adjustable, I can some times swap myself out to look like a superstars when I need to! Needs a few trials... and probably a few pounds off my waist though.