I don’t know what to write, but since it’s gonna be the last day of June and I have to end the month by visiting a dentist, I thought I might as well log something that’s more interesting.
So, up till this point, I’ve got 3 skateboards now and are used for the following purposes:
||To travel and cruise around places.
||This one is just a looker. A decoration if I may. 🙂
||Actual board for learning tricks.
Since the day was kinda sunny/cloudy and the parking lot was empty, I had a bit fun cruising around in circle lol. I’m still super noob to this area, but I hope to be better someday. Fighting! 😛
Here are a few people that I really look up to on Youtube. Most of them are life coaches, but regardless of what their careers in real life are, these are the people that I benefited a lot from marathoning around their channels. Most of them are trying to direct you to have the right mindset hence helping you to achieve more in life. I am extremely grateful for them to share their knowledge openly on YouTube. Hope their videos will inspire you as well.
If I want to be rich, I gotta get out of the bus life.
I am just another 9-5 worker that you’ll see everywhere on street. Today was a special sunny day when I got off work a bit early than normal for a seminar in the city. When checking the bus schedule, a once-in-a-life-time bus was coming within 3 minutes, so I thought, why not take that bus to save the walking for the day. And so I boarded.
Here are a few Skateboard brands that come as top result from Google. I personally only own a zero and an enjoi, but I’ve heard good stuff about Plan B, Element, and Girl. Definitely gonna keep an eye on them, try out in the local skateshop and maybe take a few one home in the future. 😀
The algorithm is based from Aaron’s detailed instructed video (Aaron used minutes, but I think it’s easier to track the actual count in your head so you know where you’re going):
Step 0: Cruise around and be familiar with your board
Step 1: Pop for 50 times
Step 2: Swipe for 50 times
Step 3: Practice timing jump for 10 times
The talk was more so centering the questions on how government collect our transportation data and what actions they took upon doing the data analysis. It wasn’t nothing data-driven, but I still learned some interesting thing from that event.
Goals for the Translink/Government
- mobility: seamless integration
- safety: compact road
- affordability and fair price
Some random PPAP comment from YouTube… (from Ryan Higa’s video actually… not even related to the video content lol)