Why I’m Struggling to Keep Up This Blog

It turns out, keeping up a blog is a lot of work. While writing is very important to me, keeping up a blog has become something of a chore. That’s not

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A Marvel and Star Wars Movie Every Year Until You Die: When Will the Nostalgia Train Will Slow Down?

It took a month for me to see Incredibles 2. And man, did that turn out to be a disappointment. Depending on if you read Rotten Tomatoes or The New Yorker, you

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I Tried Being a Digital Nomad – Here’s Why It’s Not for Me

About a year and a half ago, I was living in Granada, Spain when we decided to take a two-week trip to Morocco. While traversing the Sahara Desert and exploring

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Writing and Waiting: Why Young Writers Need to be Patient With Their Careers

As the saying goes, it takes years to become an overnight success. Oftentimes, this feels doubly true when it comes to writing. There’s a reason that most people don’t release

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Always Sometimes Monsters Review

“What kind of monster would allow this to happen to me?” My former love, a spiky haired bespectacled tie-wearing white male, asked this of me as I ruined his chance

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Why Blogging is Not Writing (But I Still Love Doing It)

It’s crazy to think that I’ve been blogging for over a year now. After having written for a whole slew of games journalism publications (even having founded one), as well

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Cobra Kai Review — A Promising Start and A Disappointing Ending

Although I’m not one for nostalgia in my entertainment, something drew me to Cobra Kai and to subsequently write a Cobra Kai review. It’s no surprise for me to hear that I’m not the

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Why I Don’t Want to Brand my Blog (But Probably Will Anyway)

It’s been over a year now and I still don’t know what the hell this blog is about. I elaborated on that point in my last post a bit, but

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Why I Love Writing about Ancient History and How it Inspired Me to Write ‘Lord of the Twin Lands’

For a blog that is ostensibly about writing, I almost never write about writing. In fact, I think I’ve only done it once. I’ve written more about my travels, and

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Deleting Facebook in Political Protest is Counterproductive and Won’t Recover Your Data

Those of you who have read my blog at all will know that I’ve written about internet privacy a few times in the past. My conclusions are that a non-tech

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