Ever since I was young, I’ve loved November. Though I also love October, and September, and all the -bers, really. The clue’s in the name. Ber. Brr. Cold. I am a child of wind and snow. I always attribute that to my birth in Seattle, but it goes farther than that. Like my pale skin… Read More Why Romanticize November?
I’m a self-improvement junkie. I’ve listed it as one of my hobbies because it takes that much time, energy, and passion from me. The thing is, the proportion of the amount I’ve read to the amount I think I’ve improved isn’t as much as it should be. Have I improved? Absolutely. Hands-down, books have been… Read More Why I’m Giving Up Self-Help Books for One Month
Preptober is a pretty awesome time. For one thing, it takes place in October, one of my favorite months since I love Halloween so much. Preptober is the name given to October for those of us who take part in the yearly madness that is NaNoWriMo (short for National Novel Writing Month – we’re fond… Read More Preptober; or, the art of procrastinating by blog
Facebook status: Went to a museum today! Takashi Murakmi is so inspiring. His work is weird and wild and incredible. What I really mean: Went to a museum today to take pictures to post on Instagram to make it seem like I’m doing stuff, instead of just working and watching Netflix and binging on jalapeno… Read More What I Really Mean
You know, before I started DMing Curse of Strahd, I was really nervous. That doesn’t quite cover it. I was terrified. I was going in blind to a group I’d never met, never played with, with a campaign I had only skimmed, off of the legacy of people like Matt Mercer and Chris Perkins, who are… Read More Curse of Strahd Sessions 5-10: Game Master Series
As someone who loves, loves, loves productivity and, let’s face it, gets high off of self-help books and apps, I thought I’d share my list of the top 4 apps that have actually improved my life. Being a multipotentialite means you spend a lot of time moving between interests, and it can make keeping up… Read More Top 4 Apps for Multipotentialite Productivity
More and more lately I find myself thinking about my life in Korea. Bits of it come back at the most random moments, and I get a pang of…not quite homesickness, but close to it. I miss life in Korea in many ways. I’m glad to be back, but there will always be that part… Read More Remembering Korea: 1 Year Later