June 3: #19 Do a random challenge from last year. We rolled again using last year's challenges and landed on #27 from last year: Spend time creating something (anything)
June 4, 2018
Phil: I’m pretty sure I said this last year, and I’ll say it again. I did more than the bare minimum, but to be fair, I did “create” several pages of tomorrow’s New York Post today. Don’t judge, it’s hard working weekends. But nevertheless, the point of this thing was to do something different, and I use the challenges as a way to force myself to do things I wouldn’t have otherwise done. So tonight, I wrote lyrics to the first new Vigilance Committee song we plan on writing sometime in the future for our next project. Pete, my vigilant co-creator, had no idea I was working on it and it was cool to surprise him with lyrics, and in turn, take that first big step in making our next project a reality and an actual work in progress, rather than just an idea.
Bruce: Today’s task was a lot more productive than last year’s task of the same prompt! I worked a little on making these DIY lapel pins out of bottle caps for my band Almost Elijah, I also made and shared a goofy addition to my daily comic strip, “DUGGS”, and I also filmed, edited and publicly released an episode of my freestyle rap series “Spontaneous Sundays with AllOne”. The prompt to make something on a regular basis is so healthy for me
Tomorrow's challenge: #7 Buy or read a newspaper or magazine you don’t normally read or see