It can be difficult to balance work, life, and the side projects you have so much invested in. I know from experience. Not only do I now have a Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:00 warehouse job, I’m also working on several personal projects, writing on three different blogs, cleaning and repairing apartments for the landlord, and trying to still have a life after all that. » Continue Reading
I just finished the fourth day at my new job. I’m beat and need a drink. I’m working at a factory a couple towns away, doing forklift and material handing stuff. It’s amazing how much physical labor can beat your body after three months of dreaming. » Continue Reading
One of the hardest things I’ve found about blogging is coming up with ideas. When you write a personal blog, you can write about whatever you want. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to be unique and stand out from the rest of the crowd. But I’ve come up with a few ways to help you get over those hurdles. » Continue Reading
When I started this blog, I was afraid that I would be writing about what I had for lunch. I was afraid that everything I wrote was going to be pointless, and nobody would want to read it. And so far, I’ve been right.
I haven’t had a single comment. I just setup Google Analytics, so I’m not even sure if I’ve had any visitors yet. So here I am in my own little world, blabbering away into the “blogosphere”, unaware if anybody is paying attention.
But I won’t let that stop me. » Continue Reading
If you’re looking for a weekly planner, something to help your life be more efficient, then give this one a try. I created this planner to help organize my life, and keep it organized. It’s free, and available in three versions; a .pdf file you can instantly print out, and .ods (LibreOffice/OpenOffice.org) or .xls (Excel) so you can customize it the way you want. » Continue Reading