Throughout the past week I've worked hard on securing and doing a lot of things, mainly working on my condition, recording some gameplay for future episodes on my gaming channel.
I have done a lot of updates for season 7B of the RFPW e-FED, and worked hard backstage for RFPW LIVE to secure the best effort in quality of the show as it can get.
I also had to work of course, and I needed some time off to relax, in which I enhanced my CS:GO gameplay offline, of which hopefully soon you'll see some gameplay on my channel!
Next week, you'll be getting sporadic updates through social media, as I'll be offline for my holiday.
From that you will be getting new episodes of the RFPW show called Wrestling Dreams, and I'll be working on the live event as well with my peers.
Today was a very eventful day!
I started out by uploading the episodes of next week's RFPW E-FED (without commentary),
because of the preparations for season 7B of the e-Fed.
After that I did some practice rounds of CS:GO, of which in one round I got a score of 505 and finishing up first.
I followed that up with my return to iRacing with a nice race in the Class B Fixed series at Talladega Superspeedway.
I also released the second part of my coast to coast drive for the Warp Speed VTC on the channel.
Tomorrow I will be trying to see whether I can fit in another race, but it depends on my working schedule.
Thanks for reading and watching!
Yes the blog title is German (well, a dialect) for good morning everyone! :)
(Learned something, okay great, moving on...)
This is a blog about my morning, which was quite interesting (not like the TV show, but you get my point...)
I didn't sleep a lot. I kept waking up with the urge to go to the toilet, and I did several times for a number 1.
Yay for losing fat and fluids! (I'm trying to be healthy...)
I digress... I kicked off my morning with some nice practice rounds in CS:GO, which went remarkably well, with 2 rounds of 350+ on Dust II, and two other rounds between 300 and 350.
I leveled up and got a drop, which was cool, because Steam money and such! :)
After that I started out with doing some minor e-Fed website updates, before broadcasting Women's Night Out - Episode 16 live on Twitch.tv/theragingfalcon and after that was done, let it upload to YouTube for the e-Fed Network.
After that, I continued with recording the first episode of Season 3 of the Blight Racing Team in Motorsport Manager, which was a lot of fun to do. Trust me, it is good... (watch it at the end of the post please..)
Then I did some updates to the e-Fed wiki page and the e-Fed website and then went on to relax a little before booting up my work laptop to start working, which needs to be done as well.
Now please watch the video, as I hope you liked this morning blog and there will be one around midnight as well. :)
On Thursday, I mostly spent my time at work... working...
I also did some minor updates for the e-Fed, and the Warp Speed VTC behind the scenes.
Friday was a better day in many insights.
It started with publishing Week 5 of the 2017 RFPW e-Fed Premier League. I couldn't commentate on it on Thursday, and wasn't able to make it today, so it went up without commentary.
After that I continued with my rage game, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, or CS:GO, and made a video of it.
It was followed up by part 2 of my coast to coast drive for the Warp Speed VTC in American Truck Simulator.
After that I set off for work.... oh wait a minute... my mom took my car keys when the cars were swapped on our driveway, so I couldn't leave. Luckily, they allowed me to work from home. The positive thing from it is that I rendered all 6 (!) shows for the e-Fed of next week.
I also did some nice sets of push-ups, sit-ups, knee strikes and dumbbell reps in my breaks.
After that I sat here near midnight typing up this short blog, and then I shall go to bed, prepared for a filled day tomorrow.
It's the morning after Tuesday, meaning it is Wednesday.
After last night's blog I worked hard on a lot of updates for the RFPW E-FED (see Projects) to prepare for Season 7B, which is coming soon. That means loads of work in WWE 2K17, to differentiate the current shows, write out the storylines, insert new logo's into the game, new CAW's to be implemented into the game, possible new rosters etc.
It's a fun thing to do, but it takes up a lot of time.
After I woke up this morning, I ate a sandwich, vacuumed the whole first floor, and then booted my PC up to render 2 e-Fed episodes that need commentary today, which is currently ongoing.
I then updated both the e-Fed website as well as the Warp Speed VTC (see Projects again...) website and social media. Then I updated the e-Fed wiki, and the database to follow at the end of a show cycle.
I still have to commentate the 2 shows I rendered, do two recordings for TheRagingFalcon and afterwards arrange something for Raging Falcon Pro Wrestling (the real promotion).
What's left in time I will use for additional recordings, so I can relax a little during my work days, and tonight I'll be going out to town.
Today was the first of my two days off of work, and I have done quite a bit.
Waking up at 9:00 in the morning, I quickly brisked away to my PC after getting dressed, eating and preparing to work on updates for various websites, like the RFPW e-FED, Warp Speed VTC and TheRagingFalcon.
After that, I quickly checked my e-mails and replied where necessary, or threw them in the bin.
I then went off to Belgium to do some groceries, and came back home.
After that, I recorded an episode of "Life of a Trucker" and continued then with recording a drive for the Warp Speed VTC. Afterwards, I sent messages on the Discord Strategy Room of the VTC, to discuss new features.
I also had some social conversations on Facebook and Twitter, before I started to make dinner.
It was fun to do and the food was not burnt!
I then uploaded the 35th episode of Revolution to the e-Fed channel, without commentary, and published, as well as the earlier mentioned recordings.
Then without making images or video's, I did another great drive for the Warp Speed VTC, and that is where my day nearly ended...
Until I started writing this blog, and knew that I still had to render some e-Fed shows, which will happen tonight, so they can be broadcast in the next couple of days.
I will have some relaxing moments, before going to sleep and have a long day ahead tomorrow, with loads of
RFPW e-Fed updates to come, including new roster members, new arena's and more.
Thanks for reading! :)
The Saturday was off to a good start, with the hard work put in the organisation of the Warp Speed VTC, including a nice drive throughout Poland, after coming back home from work.
In the evening Fight Night - Episode 108 was broadcast on the Twitch.tv channel for the RFPW e-Fed, and I have done several updates on various websites and social media.
Work was done for the Warp Speed VTC, with more work for the website and planning a new tier payment system, which was done by the end of the day.
I also scheduled the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
I went out in the evening to relax and have some fun, so nothing happened there, as I arrived back home at 2 AM.
Today I've done a lot for the RFPW E-FED, including broadcasting Fight Night and updated the website, databases and wiki.
Also, the Premier League episode of this week was released on the e-Fed Network.
I also did a video for the Warp Speed VTC and made the first tracking article.
I also worked on the scheduling for all my projects,
to enhance the amount of content and to harness the quality of it as well.
The month of May should be a really good one, with content going on, even during my holiday.
Welcome to reading the first entry of "The Morning After"!
You always read in the Falcon's Logs what I've been up to during the day, but not during the nightly hours or during a day I work on.
That will change now, as I have the very first update for you now.
Yesterday, I worked from home, and in the meantime I was able to record a whole new raw week of 5 shows for the RFPW E-FED.
I also kick started the reboot of the Warp Speed VTC with an introduction video, which will be developed in the upcoming weeks.
I also did some additional things, like working on most of the websites of the projects with updates, and spreading social media messages, and having a good mood all day.
Keep sending those messages of support over social media or comments on YouTube, as it inspires me to keep going and producing new content, working on more things inside my project for participants and viewers. :)