While going through my digital files I came across a folder from 2016 when I was attempting my third (maybe fourth) degree. This one was Writing, Editing and Publishing. Something I gave up after the first semester because I was sick of being given low grades because the lecturer disagreed with my views on morality … More The Responsibility of Writers – Finding an old assessment journal
Getting critical feedback is a vital part of developing your craft as a writer/creative. I personally find it critical for other parts of my life too, but we’ll stick to writing for now. I was meant to post this about two weeks ago, but life got away from me and I had no idea how … More Dealing with critical feedback
I’m feeling it, you guys. I am really feeling the pain. I’m going to be worse tomorrow, so I’m trying to be productive today, but holy guacamole, it’s a struggle. I have no ibuprofen in the house, either. This post is slightly motivational-y, sort of story-y and sort of word vomit-y. It’s also proud disbelief … More Self Imposed Limits and Breaking Them – Gym Edition.
Warning: This story is long. It tangents a little but it comes back around. This is part of catharsis, and honestly, it doesn’t paint anyone in a good light. Not even me. It shows humanity at its pettiest, its finest, and most irrational. It’s a love story. I hope you understand what I write. … More The Freedom of Heartbreak.
It’s been so long since I’ve written anything. With very few readers, it’s hard to muster the energy to write about something I’m sure no one really cares about. The fact I deleted all social media hasn’t helped either, as I have no real way to expand my readership. It’s also infuriating that the few … More Doublethink
On December 23rd 2016, I managed to tear the anterior talo-fibular ligament in my right ankle. As I was driving between two Australian cities (a little over 730 kms), I was incapacitated a few hundred kms from my destination and outside of phone reception. I ended up driving my manual car (torn ligament and all) closer … More Torn and Reconnecting