Random Musings

Tired, But in a Financial Way

Hello, lovelies! Got another rant for you today, this time coming in a form that many of you are probably familiar with, if you've been a long-time follower of this here blog: bitching about how difficult it is to survive financially as a twenty-something millennial in the year of our Lord 2019. You see, it's… Continue reading Tired, But in a Financial Way

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Pressure and Expectations: Making it Financially as an Author

Hello, dear readers! This week, I wanted to write about money, but in a very different sense than what I usually do, i.e., ranting about my lack of it and the difficulty of surviving as an adult in this consistently-increasing-living-expenses-without-an-increase-in-pay society (and that's without getting into the bullshit that's going on in the White House right now).… Continue reading Pressure and Expectations: Making it Financially as an Author

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Another Rant About Money…

...because it's something that I can always rant about, apparently. But let's be real. If you know me, you know that money is on my mind pretty much all the time. Because how can it not be? Everything cost something, you spend most of your life working so you can afford to buy things, it's… Continue reading Another Rant About Money…

Writing Posts

Two Sides to Every Coin

This is what you get for wanting to write a blog post but then waiting a week and a half to write it: you lose the source of your inspiration and thus can't quote it when you need to. You see, I was reading...something (an article online, perhaps? maybe an interview?) where an author was… Continue reading Two Sides to Every Coin

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Frugal to a Fault

Apparently November is Financial Literacy Month--which I totally didn't know until YouTuber Nerdy and Quirky talked about it in one of her vlogs. Not only was it a funny (and relatable) video, but it was great inspiration for a really apt topic to write about this week, as I looked back on my own finances.… Continue reading Frugal to a Fault

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So Much More

Remember this rant? About how I'm floored at how average humans afford to live, even when they are working full-time jobs that make above minimum wage (with the reality that most of them can't afford to live, aside from being paycheck-to-paycheck, finding another job or splitting incomes with a partner or friend)? That hopelessness and the overwhelming, "What… Continue reading So Much More

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Another Rant On Adulting

Let me start off by saying I'm really freakin' lucky. I have a good job (that's now full-time *throws balloons*). I have a reliable car. A cute apartment. I can afford groceries, utilities and Internet. I have good health and am in a pretty good mental state. For the most part, I'm completely independent when… Continue reading Another Rant On Adulting

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Quest for Happiness: Week Two

Let's jump right into it, shall we? Fitness: Long-term Goal: Shape the body I want and become healthier. Last Week's Goal: Go to the gym. Once. Status: Success! I didn't leave myself any room for error on this one. Tuesday was the first day I had time to go to the gym. When I got home, in-between jobs,… Continue reading Quest for Happiness: Week Two

Writing Posts

Weighing Importance

I've been doing a lot of adulting lately. Which, strangely enough, actually looks very similar to panicking: the increased heartbeat, the sweaty palms, the tears threatening to fall past your eyelids. The shrinking bank account. Moving out and living on my own in a kickass apartment is fantastic, but the bills that have followed are… Continue reading Weighing Importance

Random Musings, Writing Posts

The Demons of Doubt

You know you're a writer when Doubt plagues you so often, you're reaching a point that you just want to punch Doubt in the jugular and also find some way to use it in a future story. At least, that's how I'm feeling at the moment, which, in an odd way, proves that despite how… Continue reading The Demons of Doubt