There is always something, so don't bother saying nothing. Even if you can't think of something really specific just say something. It could be something as simple as being a live or waking up.
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For the last weeks, my band and I have been recording an EP, and I've been slaving away at editing audio in my spare time between classes. (To save on the cost of a studio and since I have knowledge in music production, I've been assigned to editing it all). Luckily, I'm starting to finish it all. It's all coming together and I'm happy with how it is sounding. The hard work is finally starting to pay off :D2
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I agree, ther is always something. I for one have drawn a positive out of a negative.
I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis two days ago after being sick for four weeks (not curable but treatable and not life threatening). I've started medications to make me feel better (already starting to work a little). And since I just started treatment and am still feeling sick I am being homeschooled for the month. It's fun, a tutor from my school comes by one hour every week day and helps me with assignments my teachers came up with for me and I do them in a few hours. The rest is free time, I've had time to buy some new clothes, get a haircut, walk around the neighborhood, have some real fun and spend time with my family. Sure, colitis might suck especially since I'll never really get rid of it but at least it's giving me some free time to work on things I want to work on (before my life was wake up, go to school, come home, do homework, go to sleep, repeat). Plus having this has gotten me over my fear of medical things like shots and IVs. And I'm glad it wasn't something more serious like colon cancer. There's been a lot of positivity from this experience I suppose ☺.1