Leaving Tallinn was a great choice. I'll be returning every week to do koodikool.ee (it's a free code school). Anyway I was tying up loose ends in the city and every day was more stressful than the last. Somehow the tension builds up really fast. Then again it disappears really fast in the woods too. All I know is I have accumulated a very low tolerance for it.

I've gotten used to the tempo of not having to do anything and slowly also wanting to do stuff. The month long "no commitments longer than a day" is still in effects and there's a lot of fun and productive things possible in this limitation. Like testing out multiple startup ideas.

My biggest expense has become petrol. Having a girlfriend in another country and having to ride between Tallinn and what I would now call home in the countryside takes it's toll. I'll ride the bus as much as I can, but that's not always an option. And it's not actually much cheaper anyway.

All in all things are going well. I'm calm. Just need to actually move out of the apartment that I'm not paying for anymore.