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Published: October 3 at 22:00 BST

Well, well, well. Look what we have here. Another article by Castlegrave! 4 months late. I'm so proud of keeping to deadlines, go me. (I'm so sorry.)

I think I should establish at this point that these kinds of articles are gonna be flung very far and few. Why? Well there's a few reasons anyway. Let's go through them.

First of all, I'm now attending University. That means I don't have an awful lot of time to come and update this site. Don't get me wrong though, I'm not completely stuck doing absolutely nothing, I just have projects and what have you to get through.

Secondly, I'm very bad at getting motivated to do things. The strange thing is, is that I was incredibly motivated to make this website in the first place considering this was my very first HTML/CSS project that I worked on. I did things in High School with HTML but nothing pales in comparison to what I made here. This website is probably one of the best things I've ever made and I really mean that. It's just... I've done what I wanted to with this website, the most I can really do now is update the information periodically from time to time. I mean, once I get better at Web Development (which is something I will study and am looking incredibly forward to here at my uni) I might consider remaking the website entirely.

So at this point, you're probably wondering what's next for Castlegrave and his website. Truth be told, I'm not sure! I'll do whatever comes to mind, but as I said before I'll just update or make new articles here and there.

As for University... Well, I don't think I've been any happier recently. I've made so many friends on my course who share the exact same interests as I do, so it kinda feels like I'm where I want to be with the people I want to be, doing the thing I want to do to become the person I want to be. (Inspiring, I know.) I'm learning Java at the moment and I actually really like Java, I thought it was complicated beforehand but now I just think it's kind of okay? It's not too bad once you get started. Maybe down the line in my university career I'll start learning a new language. Who knows. Maybe people could suggest what language I should learn?

(Subnote: I'm now writing this on Visual Studio Code on my brand new laptop! It's a Dell Inspiron with 16gb of RAM, a 10th Gen Intel i7 and a 512gb SSD, so it's a HUGE improvement from the Acer Aspire with a Pentium and 6gb of RAM that I'd been using for 9 years. Freedom and speed.

Well, I think that is all I have to say for now. My arms are getting sore from typing so much so quickly. Anyway, until next time dear friendly readers. This has been CASTLEGRAVE.

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