Writing Causes Me to Be Depressed, and That’s Why I Do it Less

A month and a half ago, I said that I’d be writing more about games again. The jokes on me. because I haven’t written anything since. That’s not quite true;

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I’m Going to Be Writing About Games Again

My life hasn’t really turned out the way I thought it would be. Back when I graduated college, I thought I was going to be a video game journalist. I

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The Advantages of Taking Organized Travel Tours While Traveling Long-Term

When I first started travelling, I was deadset against the idea of any sort of organized excursion. I figured it would be easier to do it yourself, and in doing

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Here’s Why I Don’t Follow Productivity Hacks

These days, productivity hacks are all the professional rage. Just put the term into Google and you’ll see articles from Inc, Lifehack and most other business focused publications. But for me (and

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Why Networking Events Are Not That Bad — At Least Once You Have Experience

Like most people who are employed, I haven’t been to any networking events in a while. In fact, the last time I attempted to go to one was when I

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Why Networking Is Bullshit for Recent College Graduates

If you’re like me (or most college students), you most likely graduated college without a particular career track in mind. Sure, you might have had a vague idea of what

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How to Get into (and Get Out of) Video Game Journalism: My Definitive Guide

In my experience, ‘how to get into video game journalism’ is a loaded question. It’s long been said that video game journalism is becoming increasingly irrelevant. While there is some

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Ethics in Video Game Journalism: Why I Don’t Write About Games Anymore

At one point, I was known (at least in certain circles) about being in video game journalism. In the past, I wrote for many independent video game sites, including Dualshockers,

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Why Working From Home is a Blessing For Me and a Curse For Some

According to a recent Gallup poll cited by the New York Times, “43 percent of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely.” That, of course, does

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