Work of passion.

I’m starting to realize that if you aren’t happy where you are. No amount of money can substitute for what puts a smile on your face. I’ve been accumulating things on my amazon list for years. Thinking, “One day I’m going to have the money to buy that.” All I do is work, so with…

Between an Optimist and Pessimist Lies the Realist

I think the most healthy outlook is neither optimism nor pessimism. Because in real world scenarios an optimistic person’s will power is that of a tank. People can chuck rocks, and shoot at it all they want it just keeps on rolling. Until of course reality strikes and one of the tracks go out. Then…

Nobody’s perfect excuse

“There’s no genie in this bottle. I know I have to change, and realize I’m worth it. But until then, my favorite excuse is nobody’s perfect.” I believe this is from way of the peaceful warrior. I didn’t write down where it was from but thought it was a perfect slice of dialogue. For people…

Having the last word isn’t as satisfying as you usually think it is.

I’m… let’s call it opinionated. If giving your two cents, literally cost two cents I would be homeless. I think it’s due to an inferiority complex wrapped in stubborness. I’m learning to let things go. I word things more thoughtfully. Sometimes doing this feels unbearably fake. Also depending on who you’re talking to, what your…

Body Language

When I got into the workforce at the age of 13 I was always told, “hands out of pockets!” It really annoyed me. I had long arms I didn’t know what to do with. A home rule at least while I was living with my dad in the summer. “Get your elbows off the table.”…