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For the first time, I experienced hitting a wall with writing. On the weekends, I usually catch up on my e-mail and social media platforms. This requires me to peruse through a number of newsletters, weekly blog updates, podcasts, Twitter, Facebook, and of course spam.

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A Friendly Announcement

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I read an article on Forbes.com not too long ago that related to millennials. It reported that one in four millennials who live at home do not work or study. I fall into this category, embarrassingly so.

"Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don't want to." - Richard Branson

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I wish I had a better digital camera to help showcase what the experience of what looking for a job in this area truly is like. This town is a spider web-like nightmare outside the main dividing highway that runs straight through for an easy entrance or an easy exit, however, you see fit. We rest right off a newly finished section of interstate that promised a streamlined travel way to Memphis, Tennessee and many other things as well. When the people who helped build the interstate promote it as an escape route...

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My Birthday was this past Thursday. It was a great experience overall. I had just recently joined Facebook, against my own inhibitions not to do so for several years. Nothing personal, I still find it as clunky and non-responsive as I did when I first visited it a long time ago, I miss MySpace if I'm being honest. Even through a number of reconnections with family and friends, all the Birthday well wishes, and the "re-emergence" of being socially alive and well, the biggest take away from turning 35 was the thought of me reaching the peak of "the hill". Yes, that hill.

Two Months In…

A simple milestone but, a milestone nonetheless. March 17th marks the first day I started blogging and it has been very helpful to me. I want to thank all of my followers, I really appreciate your support. To everyone who has given me a like, thank you for your support. To all the readers and…

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I am struggling in many areas of my life but, this is one that I can't quite figure out as to why. I wonder if I actually am this villainous person that pushes people away by being extremely rude, mean, or disrespectful. If I am, I'm not having nearly as much fun as the ones in movies and television seem to be having.

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I have returned from a wedding in the family. It was the roller coaster ride I was expecting. The same one I didn't feel entirely comfortable with taking a ride on. Looking back, it was the best ceremony and reception I have ever attended, surrounded by an absolute shit show of how not to communicate with others, indecisions, and the inevitable amount of arguments that of course followed.

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Financial independence, I believe, should be a basic human right. I can't imagine how the internet somehow managed to make that list before people have the money to afford access to it, seems a little backward to me. I've said before that I don't really care what job I work, as long as it affords me a roof over my head, food on my table, clothes on my back, and reliable transportation to and from that job if necessary. Where I live, the job pool isn't structured in this way. It just isn't for whatever reason(s).