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မတတ်နိုင်ဘူး ရင်ထဲကလွမ်းတာကို It cannot be helped, my heart longs (for you) မတားနိုင်ဘူး ဒါစီးတဲ့မြစ်ရေလို It cannot be halted, it is like a flowing river မပြတ်နိုင်ဘူး ငါအရမ်းချစ်မိတာကို I can’t part with you; I’ve loved you too much အမှားမပြင်အမှန်မမြင် မင်းအနားရှိချင်လို့ Can’t repair what’s wrong, can’t see what’s right (I just) wanted to be by your side နွေ ကြွေစရာတွေကြွေပြီး (It’s) summer, what’s had to fall had fallen နွေ နွေအလယ်လိုအပူမီး Summer, heat of the fire like mid-summer
Hello again folks. Well, I’m drawing pretty damn close to the finale of the game! I’ve grown a neat little collection of titles, levels, power-ups, and everything in between. From formerly sedentary to fit superhero, I’ve been trying my best to fill in the shoes of Ring Fit Adventure’s Protagonist, who is more or less nonchalant about this whole endeavor, and apparently, have nothing better to do with their life then running around with a magical ring, chasing an evil dragon.
It’s been about a month since my last Ring Fit Adventure post! But yes, I am still wading through the levels at a steady pace, occasionally backtracking to finish my side quests. From the last time I posted, some of you showed some interest in trying out Ring Fit for real. This one is for you! I want to talk about how I got started in Ring Fit and how I kept going.
When most people make new year’s resolution to get more fit, they tend to fail about the first few months in. I recognize the trend, and I thought I was being smart by not making any resolutions at all. I thought that if I’m going to fail anyway, I might as well not lie to myself and pour a ton of money into the abyss, right? With that logic, I’ve more or less spent many years ignoring fitness, giving up before I ever started.
As finals came around, I took a one month break from learning Korean and blogging about my progress, but I finally finished the first out of the 7 books I bought of the “Talk to Me in Korean” series. I’m glad I still got the groove going and I haven’t just ejected everything from my mind like I do for basically all other academic subjects. So, that’s good at least.