On Getting Scooped and Venting About New Lax Protective Measures

With May the 4th aka Star Wars Day having been in our metaphorical rear view mirror for more than a week now, it’s given me time to think about all the news and events leading up to it and that are still coming after. Not just news about May the Fourth either, but also Disney … More On Getting Scooped and Venting About New Lax Protective Measures

Staying Sane in These Insane Times + a Fun Contest Link

Some Days are Better Than Others Hey everyone. Yeah, you might be wondering about a certain section in my previous post. That section being, the one where I essentially beat on myself, calling myself ‘a pathetic loser without a real job’ or something to that affect. Needless to say, I was having bad moment/day fill … More Staying Sane in These Insane Times + a Fun Contest Link

Listening to the JATcast While Going Back to Work with COVID-19 Still Around

And other topics After taking a two week break through what was projected to be the worst of the virus, I’m officially back at work doing respite as often as I can. So far, I’ve worked two shifts across two days and am prepping to do a third tomorrow (today by the time this comes … More Listening to the JATcast While Going Back to Work with COVID-19 Still Around

Dealing with Lockdown in the Time of Coronavirus Self Isolation

Well to start with, I’m definitely an introverted homebody. I prefer being relaxed at home than dealing with the chaos of the real world any day of the week. That was even before all this got started. My main thing is sleeping in. While I can wake up early when needed such as for work, … More Dealing with Lockdown in the Time of Coronavirus Self Isolation

Fears in Life

Throughout life, we all have our own fears and struggles. It’s the sad, but all too real fact of life. What’s important is how we deal with them. Between all my head stuff, allergies I’m misinterpreting as an oncoming illness, fear of the Corona Virus and other random body pains, I’ll admit that I’ve been … More Fears in Life

Getting Better?

Hey everyone. Since my last post, I have gone to a neurologist who diagnosed me with a form of migraine headache. Due to that I simply wanted to update you before diving into my next idea in my following post. The reasoning she gave is that not only am I in the right age range … More Getting Better?

Why this YouTube Channel is so Awesome for Everyone

While I was getting over a throat infection a couple weeks ago or so, I got completely sucked into a YouTube channel called The King of Random. It’s an amazing channel that seems loosely based on the concept of Discovery Channel’s former show Mythbusters (2003-2016). Aside from the fact that King of Random is released on Youtube vice Discovery Channel, the … More Why this YouTube Channel is so Awesome for Everyone

Autism and Dating

Well, I recently went on another date. This time it was with a guy name Kanan* (name changed to protect identity) that I met over Facebook Dating. We went for an ice skate date, something I thought I could do, as the last time I was on the ice, I was a little speed demon, … More Autism and Dating

Accomplishing Goals

    Hey everyone! Welcome back! Wow, today has been long and tomorrow is going to be even longer. I have been so busy lately! Between work, looking for more stable work, working out, applying to jobs, blogging for a few different sites, working on some behind-the-scenes stuff that I don’t want to announce as … More Accomplishing Goals

Working a Job You Don’t Feel Qualified/Comfortable Doing

  Hey everyone, I’m back. I know this is a lot of updates in a short amount of time, but that’s because I’m going through things right now and writing/blogging is my favorite way to release stress/frustration/nerves and just about anything else when I can’t get to the gym. Right now, I’m just feeling kind … More Working a Job You Don’t Feel Qualified/Comfortable Doing

Somedays​ You Just Feel Like a Pathetic Failure of a loser

Originally, this was supposed to be a different post about Brian Hull and his struggles about going viral and getting to where he is now along with giving my take on Spider-Man being taken back by Sony. It was one I was really looking forward to, but after waking up this morning and getting some … More Somedays​ You Just Feel Like a Pathetic Failure of a loser

Being Who You Are in a World That Places so Much (too much?) Value on Accomplishments

In a world where a person’s value seems to be placed solely on their accomplishments (GPA, number of after-school activities, the university they are/were attending(ed), career, money in their bank account and more), it often seems difficult for an individual to simply be themselves. This is because parents and those around them tend to use … More Being Who You Are in a World That Places so Much (too much?) Value on Accomplishments

Talking About Autism

What it is and what it isn’t Autism, it’s something many of us have heard about countless times with its walks, runs, awareness month and more dedicated to it. It’s also something I touched on during my recent interview with John Wilcox, creator, and co-host of the Nerdherder Podcast. Normally his wife Megan ironically enough, … More Talking About Autism

Thoughts on Time

Time, it makes up our entire lives even before we’re born. It takes time to grow before emerging into the world and managing it is a skill we need to learn in order to make it through school and in life overall. It can bring with it both good things (births, graduations, and career success), … More Thoughts on Time

My Experience Being a Guest on Nerdherder Podcast

The Lead-Up Nervous as anything, especially as the day draws nearer. Now that the day is finally here, my heart feels like it’s going a hundred beats a minute and my hands are shaking enough to make typing this slightly more difficult. To be perfectly honest, I’m not really comfortable vocally (in the form of … More My Experience Being a Guest on Nerdherder Podcast