For the lore, we need to go back a decade to the year 2011. I was a senior in high school, and I was making a lot of friendship bracelets by knotting embroidery floss. Somehow I got the idea to sell the bracelets for a few dollars each and to usses that money to donate … Continue reading A Somewhat New Venture
Happy 2021 everyone! I hope everyone's first days of the year have been promising for what is to come. I have some projects in motion that I cannot wait to tell you about, but first I want to reflect on some things from last year. First up will be my reading list. I had a … Continue reading Books of 2020
Happy new year! Welcome to a clean state. The book is empty. Choose your word of the year. Make your resolution goals obtainable. This is your time. I'll talk about my own visions for 2021 and my reflections on the year that doesn't exist later. For now, enjoy the champagne!
As 2021 approaches, I have been making a to-do list of things I need to look into over the next year. Come February, I will have been a legal adult for a decade. I still don’t feel like a true adult. While I consider my self lucky, especially for a millennial, I also know I … Continue reading Let’s Talk Adulthood
Well, I met my goal of 50 books read in 2020. I am actually at 55 books read so far! I have already told you all about the first 25 earlier this year, so let me give you the next 25. At the end of the year I will reveal all the “surplus” books and … Continue reading I Met My Goodreads Goal!
As most of you may know, my dream is to be a published, best-selling author one day. When I was in middle school, I learned that Christopher Paolini had gotten Eragon published when he was nineteen, and he became my hero. Over a decade has passed since then, and the closest to getting published I … Continue reading W.I.P: Writer is Procrastinating
Hello everyone! We are still in self-isolation/quarantine land, and I have barely been outside my home in over a month. The worst traffic I have seen is my cat cleaning his junk in the middle of the walk way. As such, most of my health goals have been replaced by excuses. I started out really … Continue reading Goals Check In
Howdy! It's a little over half way through April. So, I thought it was time to do a check in. My goal for April Camp NaNo was 20,000 words on my novel from November. I have written a grand total of 707 words so far. I just haven't had the motivation to write on that … Continue reading Camp NaNo Check In
My career is in accounting. It took me four years to get my CPA license after graduating with my bachelor's degree. The first year of that I was also getting my master's degree while working full time. Accounting students that may be reading this: I do not recommend doing all three at once. Pick two. … Continue reading Create Stories
So, being an accountant means that I basically sit on my rump 40-50 hours a week (including commute time). Then there is Netflix and other non-active activities to engage in when I'm home. This has led to being at a state of health that I do not like. I have tried combating it with spur … Continue reading Creating Health Goals