So since I told South Africa about my blog on Metro FM yesterday, I think I'm going to have to be much more disciplined about when and how often I post things. On the rainbowy side of things, I'm going to have a lot of time to focus on it from Monday because I don't have a 9-5 anymore. I've decided to focus more on my writing, get a scooter, love my loved ones more, stop and think more and learn how to be much more internet savvy than I've been in the past.
Yesterday I went to the BlackBerry powered 2010 Flux Trend Review (even though I have an iPhone) and it was life changing. I felt like my brain had been scooped out and neatly placed back in its socket, with a fresh outlook and a lot more hope for this country. I love travelling but everytime I hit O.R Tambo after a long trip, I'm always overwhelmingly happy to be home. I love what Dion's doing and I remember when Flux was still an idea.
Please google or read up about the following people. I only heard some of them speak for the first time yesterday and I understand why they make kool aid look like epsom salts.
Bishop Geoff Davies
and just in case you thought he was a designer...Dion Chang! He is not a designer.
Here's the Flux site: www.fluxtrends.co.za