I write articles about human experiences with a keen interest in art, psychology and society. I post about once a month.
Your not-so-SEO-friendly writer
As I have begun writing more frequently and for an audience, I have come across the struggle of finding what works and what flops. If you've read any of my other work, you might notice how I tend to take a more personal and artistic approach to my topics. My titles aren't informative or popular, so I won't appear in a search bar unless I'm what you're looking for and let's be honest, that's not happening. That's where SEO comes in.
AI vs Artists
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for a few years. However, recent technologies, such as DALL-E 2, Midjourney, and Artbreeder, have allowed even the most inexperienced artists to produce intricate, abstract, or lifelike pieces by merely entering a few words into a text box. Art is no longer confined by skill but by one's imagination, and the ability to play with words is the limit.
The idea of 'burnout' is not new and you've most likely experienced it at one point in your life. It was described by psychologist Herbert Freudenberger in 1917 as a psychological response to prolonged, excessive stress that has a negative impact on one's physical, emotional and mental health by causing symptoms like fatigue and loss of motivation.
Single = Shame
Perhaps you've been in a relationship in the past and whether it ended on good or bad terms you've decided to be single. Many people seem unable to escape the "shame" of being single, whether actively seeking a partner, waiting for the right person, or just existing.
The Misconception between Hard Work and Talent - Blue Period
Blue Period by Tsubasa Yamaguchi is a story about passion and pain. It follows Yatora Yaguchi a high school senior who's both popular and has the grades to get into any university he chooses, yet he's unfulfilled. Until he jumps into the beautiful yet unrelenting world of art after finding inspiration in a painting and (like so many coming-of-age stories) finds his passion.
Peaceful Gaming - Why so many choose serenity over stress when it comes to video games
Imagine this… After a long day at work, school, or even both, you've returned home, and now it's time to unwind and relax. You grab a warm drink and pick up your Switch to load up Zelda: BOTW as you get comfortable in a beanbag. This is very relatable and the spark for this article was the release of "Bear and Breakfast" on the 28th of July, 2022 and two days in it's all over Youtube and Instagram (keep in mind I don't follow many gaming channels). Currently, it's hard to find stats on downloads and users as the game has just been released but with 90% of 205 current reviews being positive/very positive on Steam, it can only mean good things. It got me thinking about the explosion of cute and cozy games that have been popping up all over the place.
Why you feel sad out of the blue
Do you ever wonder why you're in a bad mood for no apparent reason? Feel your good moods begin to turn south out of the blue? Has forcing yourself to always be happy left you emotionally exhausted? A possible answer is that you are not properly regulating your emotions.