This was June…..
This was June…..
Not only has Juneathon just started, but I still have to keep the 1 second every day going. So may I present a collection of seconds taken throughout the month of May….
My life is so rock and roll!
One Second Everyday is still going strong….
You can be the judge as to whether my 'life' has improved during April…
30 days consisting of: dog, food, gigs, birthday celebrations, running, drink, music, work…..what a life I lead…rock and roll!
NB: due to a technical issue April 29th did not appear….it was on the app….?
One Second Everyday is up and running.
Since my birthday on the 16th March I have begun to take a one second video everyday, read more about it here. The plan was to wait until the end of the year and put it all together, but I thought I'd have a little go and see how easy it is. It turns out, using the 1SE app, is incredibly easy. So we have episode one, the first 16 days of my 44th year…
As you can see, not the most amazing start to my project: Bragg, North, snow, school, running…I must try and do more in April!
'A feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen'
Now being born and bred in South London – which I am very proud of – travelling North is always a slightly worrying time. So when the time came to venture to Huddersfield for an 18th Birthday Party, it was with trepidation that we began.
Overall we had a great time, but I never thought it would be plain sailing….
AND because I am in the midst of a 'One Second Everyday' project I have even managed a very short video of the events – minus the visit to the loo of course….
PS. Happy Birthday Shanice!
It has been a busy couple of years since I began blogging: 2011 saw #project365 where I posted a picture every day; 2012 saw a different project completed and blogged about every month; and 2013 began with the annual attempt at #janathon. Since then I have given myself a month away from the blogosphere, but now I'm back…complete with a brand new project….
Inspired by a fella called Cesar Kutiyama who has been recording 1 second every day for the last 2 years, you can read more about his story here. He has also created an easy to use app – so anyone can do it. You can literally take short videos through the day, if you remember (although you can get reminders), then decide which 1 second part you want to use, then mash them together. Simple. Here is the inspiration…
Today is my birthday so I plan to begin today and by the end of the year I will have a 365 second video of my year. Not entirely sure how it is going to go – I'm not sure I do enough 'interesting' things – but we'll see what happens. I'll probably be posting monthly videos on the blog just to see how we're doing.