As some of you might know I officially signed the contract for my new office yesterday. I'll get the keys on March 1st and I'm super excited! It will basically be an office and a studio in one since it's where I'll do all of my filming and editing.

I made this virtual design of the different setups I will have for filming and I think it turned out pretty okay haha. Can't wait to get started! I really think it'll make a huge difference for my videos and my channel.

Fact #15: As of 2014 there are an estimated 4,200 different religions in the world. Many of them can be categorized into "bigger" religions such as Christianity and Buddhism.

Fact #16: Regular door locks are called "lock cylinders". I never knew they were cylinders... But now I do. And I will have to get one for my new office haha!

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Silica gel is one of these things that I've seen all my life and I've never really understood what it does haha! So today I decided to find out!

If you didn't know, these tiny bags are put in stuff to absorb and control any excess moisture that could be damaging to the product. And I always thought it was very poisonous, since it clearly seas "DO NOT EAT" on every little bag. But apparently it isn't poisonous at all! It only says "DO NOT EAT" 'cause it's 1. not food, and 2. a choking hazard, especially for small children.

I also learned that you don't have to throw them out, you can use them for different things around the house. Such as saving a phone that has been water damaged or maybe keeping important documents or Christmas decorations free from moisture that could possibly ruin them!

So now we all know, once and for all!



Fact of day 12: Reinhold Messner was the first man to climb Mt. Everest without supplemental oxygen!

Today we decided to go see Assassin's Creed. I realized half way through that I never knew what the Spanish Inquisition was. So I decided to look it up. However I decided that the fact of day 13 will be the more "general" Medieval Inquisition. Honestly I might have learned about this in school, it just doesn't ring a bell when it's explained in English haha!

The Medieval Inquisition was a series of Inquisitions (Catholic Church bodies charged with suppressing heresy) from around 1184, including the Episcopal Inquisition (1184鈥1230s) and later the Papal Inquisition (1230s).

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Today I made my "Bullet Journal 2017" video for YouTube! Pretty happy with how it turned out and the response so far has been nice. Love hearing other people deciding to try the BuJo system out.

For today's fact I thought I'd share the info on BulletJournal.com about how Ryder Carroll came up with the idea!

"Bullet Journal庐 (or BuJo庐 for short) was developed by Ryder Carroll, a digital product designer living in Brooklyn, NY. Through many years of trial and error, the system has evolved into the ideas presented here. He sees this as an evolving, adaptable practice meant to be self curated as you determine what works best for you. This website, in addition to serving as a thank you to our generous community, is a space where inspiration, organization, and general musings on mindfulness can live and grow with the support of our talented Bullet Journalists."

Interesting! I shall now listen to a podcast episode with Ryder.




I know there's a lot of puppy talk right now but I can't help that his birthday and veterinary check up were so close after each other hehe. Rascal got his 1 year vaccine today as well as a patella and heart check. Both are perfectly fine, and he also got testicle certificate so now we know most things we need to be able to breed in the future. :) However we will probably do a personality test as well before that day comes.

Since I didn't post yesterday's fact I thought I'd do a double today!

Did you know that luxating patella (that we checked on Rascal today) is a condition where the knee cap (patella) moves from it's normal position? This is not a good thing. So we're obviously happy that Rascal doesn't have issues with that!

Today I also met with my friend Emma. She is having a baby in about a month so we spoke a little about that.

Did you know that you are usually induced between 1-2 weeks over your due date? It varies depending on the hospital's policy but usually you don't go more than 2 weeks anywhere. Interesting!