If you're reading this, then I'll assume you're either masochistic, an insomniac, or you might be remotely interested in what I'm doing. If the first is true, there are clubs for that; if the second is true, there are drugs for that; if the third is true, you're in the right place.
However, I feel like I spend a lot of time trying to devise ways to describe how I go about each task. I know these descriptions are lacking in clarity and to be honest, they're tedious to write. Getting bored with these step-by-step descriptions, I'd much rather spend what little borrowed time I have on the library's computers writing about more interesting things. For example, what life is like while trying to build a log cabin in the boonies of Arkansas.
That said, for those who might remain interested in how I actually go about doing things, the following link is for you:
This is the guide that I poured over, again and again, when I was planning this excursion. Now, having all but memorized its content, I'm slowly trying to follow it.