So today in my e-mail box, I get a message about LinkedIn Alumni. It was about my fellow graduating class from Washington State University and what they are up to. Needless to say, it was kind of a slap in the face and a stark reminder that my current situation in
I remember back in college where life had a sense of structure and stability. I just had to go to class, do my homework, take tests, go to work and then I had the luxury of doing whatever I wanted (granted, I had limited free time in those days). My
Recently, I’ve been stuck in a mental slump of sorts where I’ve been finding it challenging to do things at my very best. Some examples include how writing my comic book’s story has been increasingly difficult, my other writing projects have been left on the back burner for quite a
Life has finally started to ease up on me in a variety of ways. My circumstances are starting to become more ideal, albeit gradually. I feel healthier, happier and I owe it all to the support from my friends to encourage my perseverance. But all of this comes with adjustments.