Category: Life

Chasing Closure

Closure. It’s a hell of a thing. Many chase finality in order to close a chapter of their lives. To me, closure is hunting for resolution so your heart and mind can both finally be at peace. I’m convinced closure is no where near the same as ‘moving on’. There is no ‘moving on’. To […]

Coming Back to Poetry

I started writing poetry when I was much younger. It was a writing medium I thought I would never get involved with, but it’s one of the few I keep coming back to again, and again. In some ways, it is extremely personal. Like keeping a diary, but sharing it with the world. Obviously, you […]

“What is grief, if not love persevering?”

I’ve been watching all Marvel movies and tv shows non-stop as if I were studying for an exam. Something about Marvel stories speak to me in ways other movies and shows do not. This may be partly due to my history with watching Marvel. Ever since the first Iron Man movie premiered, I’ve tried to […]

Time, energy, and happiness

This was a hard truth for me to accept and it took me about 7 years. From the time I graduated college to about January of this year. I’ve come to the conclusion like some before me, that money can’t buy you happiness. What money can do though is buy you time. As humans, our […]

The texting era

My first phone was actually a blue, Motorola flip phone. Nobody born in the 2000s knows the pain of typing each number 2-3 times to choose a particular letter. But back then, I felt like the fastest ‘texter’ around on my flip phone. For some reason, my brain equated the action of texting on a […]

Ditching social media for good?

I’m not sure how long it’s been since I was truly active on social media. 4 years? Maybe it’s been 5. It started with Myspace (can’t remember the year) and then Facebook in 2010 I think. I also had AIM (AOL Instant Messenger). Somehow I then managed to get a Tumblr, Reddit, Instagram, and a […]

It’s been a while…

Not sure what to say here. I haven’t really written anything in the last few years. Recently, I started realizing that the lack of writing may be the problem. That and a number of unaddressed internal conflicts I’ve subconsciously been avoiding. They’ve been manifesting themselves when I least expect them to. So, I’ve decided to […]

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