Thoughts After My 1st Year of Blogging

I will say that I've become much more confident as a blogger. When I first started, I was scouring the internet for tips on how to become a better blogger, have a bigger blog, ensure more traffic and people actually reading my posts in their entirety. My first year as a blogger has taught me that these things can't be fretted over, or you'll lose it. At least, that's how it was for me. I learned to not care if my posts were too long, because that's the length I felt like writing. I had to stop worrying if my topics weren't interesting, because they are what interested me and what I enjoyed writing about... [cont. reading...]

76 Thoughts I had While Watching the “Fallout 76” E3 Presentation

If you aren't a gamer or if you've never heard of the Fallout series, here's a teeny, tiny buffer on it: Set in a 1950s-style post-apocalyptic nuclear wasteland, you always have to play as various characters traipsing around said Wasteland, completing quests for, killing, or trying to avoid being killed by the various (human and nightmarish creature) inhabitants of this lawless, ruthless, dangerous world... [cont. reading...]

Thoughts on: Beating Regret

Regret is a very tough emotion to deal with. It's one of those negative feelings that makes you second guess every one of your decisions. At the end of the day, we have to trust ourselves in our choices and forgive ourselves for our mistakes. There's a huge difference between letting go and looking back. We need to focus our time, energy, and heart into the things that make us happy, healthy, and whole.