I have been using my time well here in Amsterdam, having a little inner journey myself. Not drinking alcohol and I am thinking a lot about the future and my life. I want to spend the rest of my thirties seeing as much of the world as possible and not giving up on my dream. When I first started playing music and believing in myself, all's I wanted to do was travel the world and play music. I thought I would be playing big stadiums and living in a tour bus. I am still living that dream albeit busking to hundreds of passers by's a day and hitch hiking from city to city.
I love to wake up on a Monday morning, smoke a little joint draw a picture in my book, write in my notebook and play and sing my heart out. I love the notion of filling notebooks with drawings, lyrics, and ideas. It is as exciting to start a new notebook as it is to fill in the last page. It is leaving a part of you on this world after you die. The same with music. Songs you record live much longer than you and your great grand-kids or relatives can listen in the future and build a picture of you.