Licensing

A Reflection On Life | Relationships & Work (Every Relationship I Can Remember Ever)

I want to write whatever my writer brain wants to write, and this is what it wants to write about, since I’ve been dating and working so much lately. I thought it would be an interesting challenge to write down every romantic interest I’ve had throughout my life. I’m in the mood to complain. Though I’m certainly not perfect, neither is anyone else. There were good moments, but I will focus on the bad, because that’s what I want to…

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Update: What Have I Been Up To? | Job, Apartment, Product Design, Writing, YouTubing/Streaming, GRE Studying…

Heeellllloooooooo! It’s been quite a well since I posted, I believe. I’m afraid to look at the date of my most recent post, and the one before that. Anyway, I’m writing something again! So, what have I been up to? Glad I asked! Well, I’ve recently been enjoying my new job as an offline captioner — this has been my favorite job hands-down. Amazing people. Awesome job work. Awesome environment. It’s one of those jobs that make you realize that…

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Goals and Dreams

Learning to Let Go of What We Value, At Least for a Little While–Produced Great Results for Me! (Live Your Legend)

So in one of the Facebook groups I posted, I introduced myself and told them a small part of my life (it was small in duration, but the changes during that time were HUGE!). In that writing, I discovered the importance of letting go of something I valued and how it MASSIVELY changed my life for the better. Let me retell some of that story here: “Hi, everyone! For those I haven’t met yet, pleasure to meet you. I graduated…

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Hope through the Chaos: Fun and Licensing

Today was a weird day. It was one of those blah days. My half-brother was over and I was being irritated by him. I bought a game called Fallout4, to occupy him and keep him busy, and make our time together more fun, and turns out it is an extremely fun game. I went to visit my girlfriend who was babysitting four kids–they were loud and noisy. Being an introvert, this noise was too much, and I had to leave.…

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