I write about all walks of life, from fiction to non-fiction, self-help to psychology, travel to philosophy.
I like to bring a sense of humor to serious topics, a splash of philosophical thinking, and a dash of weirdness.
Missing Information in the world of Mis-Information
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The Long Dark Beginners Guide
The Long Dark is a post-apocalyptic survival game set in the remote Canadian arctic. There are several modes featured in the game such as an episodic, dedicated story mode filled with interesting characters, a list of tough Challenges to complete and what might be considered the best solo survival experience of the entire survival genre. This article will discuss the survival mode and how to get past the first few hours (which are exceedingly difficult) and survive in the frozen wilderness for weeks.
How To Start Taking Control Of Your Life
Feeling as though you have lost control is more common than you think. It doesn't matter your position in the world, we all have moments, some more than others, and for different durations, in which our path becomes slippery and our feet lose balance. Maybe something didn't go the way you had planned, or better yet, maybe something did and it turned out not to be what you thought it would have been in the first place. Maybe you lost someone dear to you, or you are fighting more and more with a loved one, maybe you need the courage to pick up the phone and call someone that needs to hear your voice, or, maybe you are lacking a certain joie de vivre and the more you look the harder it is to find.
The Little Black Book
Things are not always as they seem, and as we take a glance through the window of #34 Howe Street, we see just that. What would appear on the outside to be a warm, loving and oh-so-nuclear family would instead turn out to be a dark, painful place, where it felt more of a house than a home. No wonder this impression was off, if you spent just one second looking at the Farce families property you would think they were as normal as peanut butter and jelly. Two cars in the driveway, a neat and perfectly maintained lawn, a child’s toys in the garden, they appeared to have a nice life.
There are only a few places in the world quite like this one. Where the vast, endless, old-growth temperate rainforest meets the wild, unrelenting, rugged coastline. Waves crash down on millennia of stone and rock and carve out magnificent jagged teeth as deep, dense, fog rolls over the treetops and engulf the beaches.
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St. Andrews, Scotland
It is a sight straight out of a fairy tale. Towering church steeples line the few streets with cobbled stone pathways and tunneling alleys with architecture dating back to the 8th century. With a coastline that wraps the entire town and castles that line the beaches, you truly do find a sense of awe and wonder when you walk these tiny Scottish streets.
Today I Start My Dream Job as a Writer
This year my dream came true. I finally got hired as a freelance writer. It's been a long time coming, something I have wanted for longer than even I knew. If you google the company that hired me, you won't find anything. Maybe if you google my name you will find my profile.
Believe in Yourself
"Great character was never born from comfort" - RsW Wait, did I just quote myself? Absolutely. I've read enough self-help books, watched enough documentaries, went through enough bullshit, and discussed at length with enough wonderful people to know what this whole game of life is about. With the new year ever-present and the new you most likely already in the garbage because of your inability to balance the desires of a hectic monkey mind, I am here to provide a saving grace. A lifeline for both of us, for the new year.