I might use the money from my freelance work to finally get a decent blender. The one I use is quite low power and doesn't give smooth results when making a green smootie. Besides, I am considering going on a juicefeast (not a juicefast like last time) so it could come in handy in preparing the required quantities of juice. As you might also have gathered from this and other recent posts is that I'm getting serious about improving my health as I'm, as they say, sick and tired of being sick and tired. Seriously, I'm on a ton of meds and I sleep at least 12 hours a day, but usually more like 14. If I don't get at least one nap during the day, I'm totally useless...Raw food has helped, especially since I cut down on fruit, but there still is a very long way to go. But enough complaining. I might even get a another journal/blog, especially for my juicefeast and related health improvement efforts.
And...it's that time of the year again when NaNoWriMo is just ahead. I'm on the fence about participating. There is nothing really standing in the way in terms of other committments (my freelance work will be done by then, I very much hope), but I also want to research/write a non-fiction book, which unfortunately will not qualify for NaNoWriMo. Plus my muse has been very quiet in the last few months, possibly also for lack of time between uni, work and needing a lot of sleep. I have no idea what to write about, but that is not exactly new. My last nano-novel was solidly uninspired and sucked big time. I never even finished editing it. The one from 2007 was slightly better, and got finished and posted, but I never was very happy with the end-result. Maybe it's just time to wait for inspiration to strike and then delve into it. I do have a lot of time in the next few months, so if my muse decides to make a move, I will be ready ;-)