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Sharing a Weird Dream

I had a weird dream. I was with a girlfriend or ex. It was nighttime and late. I had previously starred in a major motion picture romance movie as one of the major characters, and I was apparently unaware of how it affected my life and its importance. I was a celebrity, or close to it or was one before. Plenty of people knew who I was. I know all this because I said to my gf/ex, “I didn’t know…

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Life’s Infinite Loop: Life Can Be Exhausting, Especially When Stuck in an Infinite Loop; Wait Till It Ends?

Right now, it’s 3:14 A.M. I’m pretty exhausted from the work week and from doing graduate school work. I also still try to do hobbies. I guess I at least have a good reason to be tired and exhausted from having such a jam packed schedule. I wanted to start a website for my pillow idea, but I feel that I don’t have the time, especially the money even, because the utility bill is due and then so is rent…

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Sleeping and Resting Versus. Being Awake and Producing

Tonight, I fight the desire to stay awake and work on a few things. I thought of things for my self-help book and had to write them down. That tendency happened often when I was a hardcore writer way back. I don’t write as often creatively anymore, but I do plan on getting back to it. The desire to write won out, even though I was lying in bed and had chewed a melatonin Olly gummy. Being excited about ideas…

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The Future: Forks In The Road and Things That Could Be | Grad School and Personal Projects

Happiness comes from many different mediums, and one of those is being excited about the future. Everyone is always happy in the moment when they know they have something fun to look forward to in the month. I applied to grad schools about a month ago — I totally forgot how long and tedious of a process applying to colleges can be. Whether applying to graduate school was easier or more difficult than applying to undergraduate school, I’m not sure…

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Rethinking One’s Life Before It’s Too Late

During my lunch break, as I usually do, I was reading (this time browsing on Facebook), but then I thought… Why don’t I do something more useful and productive instead, like a blog post, which is what I’m now doing as I finish a pizza in one hand and type this on my phone with another. With the pizza all nommed nommed, I can now finish this blog post with two hands (or two thumbs).   I was thinking about,…

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To Work Or Not To Work, That Is The Question…And Due To Formed Habits

I recently transferred my hosting platform for my sites, so I finally can post again! I shut off my laptop planning to go to bed… But a thought was nagging me to make a blog post, especially since I can make one again. I’m pretty sure I saw a vagrant or homeless person on my way home from work. He had two big bags of his stuff. It makes me appreciative of the small things. Being able to be housed.…

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I Moved Into an Apartment! | First Move | Part 1

When it came time to finally move, I was very nervous and scared. But everything has turned out okay. I had a great deal of help from family, be it them lending their services, vehicle, or giving away things we needed for our first move. It was really incredible and awesome how much help we received. If it weren’t for all that help, it would have been a bad move. Here is the post that I wrote on Facebook after…

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Goals and Dreams

Emotional-Wellness and Having The Drive for Success

If you arent emotionally well, it will effect how you behave, which is why it is important to monitor emotions: your behavior will affect your emotions and your emotions will affect your behavior. Pretty simple concept. Emotional intelligence, and self-awareness, is inportant for this reason alone. You feel good, you do good, and spread good. You feel bad, you do bad, and spread bad. Positive energy creates more positive energy, and negative energy creates more negative energy. Im expecting 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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Blog Post Challenge: Tell Your Story

Hello, everyone! I’d had a blog for quite a well, almost a year, but I think this post is great for introducing new readers! I decided to try participating in the Live Your Legend blog challenge. Here is the first prompt: “Write a few sentences about your story/background, why you decided to start a blog and what you hope to get out of it. Add in something unique and interesting from your story too! Try to keep it to a…

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