My Greatest Teacher

I’ve had a lot of influential teachers over the years. When talking about my greatest teacher, I like to strip things down and keep the subject basic. Rather than waxing poetic about strangers who entered my life briefly to teach me valuable life lessons, I prefer to focus on the teachers I met during my…

Finding the Light in Darkness

I’ve had depression for so long that I should be used to the way it shapes not only the world around me, but how the world perceives me. Surprisingly, I’m actually not a negative person. A fact that takes quite a bit of digging into my soul to discover. Unfortunately, my soul is coated with…

Patreon and the Rebirth of YouTube

Recently, there’s been a noticeable shift on YouTube that centers around how content creators earn the money needed to keep their channels up and running. Not just their channels, but for many creators on the website, YouTube has grown to become their sole business and livelihood. The reason behind the drastic shift in how advertisement…

My Favorite Disney Songs

Like most kids growing up, I watched every Disney movie available (typically multiple times on endless repeat). In my heart, there’s a special place for Disney songs. A place where I can’t help but sing every memorized word aloud, perhaps even mimicking the acting from the film. However, I do feel that my personal favorite…

Snake Pass: How Noodle Met Doodle

After playing Snake Pass by Sumo Digital for dozens upon dozens of hours, I couldn’t help but ponder over how this unlikely duo met up. As a writer, I’ve never partaken in the art of fan fiction, but for this particular occasion… the opportunity was too good to pass up. So, here’s how I think…

A Fool’s Review: 1, 2, Switch

Welcome to my first Fool’s Review, an ongoing feature where I review games using bad jokes, sarcasm, and sexual innuendos. For my first entry, I’m going to be looking at 1, 2, Switch. While playing the game last weekend, I noticed something a bit off. Namely, that several of the mini games felt a bit…

My Childhood Memories #1

At times, certain memories come flooding back to me from when I was little. Though brief, these fragments always seem to comfort me. I suppose memories in general can be like that, as you’re essentially giving pleasant past experiences new life. With this in mind, I felt compelled to compile a few of my favorite…

How I Handle Hard Times

I apologize for neglecting the site and for not posting as much fun content as I’d originally planned. Over the last few weeks, I received a string of bad news in various outlets of my life which decimated me emotionally. Essentially, my mind’s first reaction to challenging times is to shut down completely. Out goes…

The Hidden Art of Healing

Growing up, I was always deeply fascinated by the art of practicing medicine. I’d often sit cross-legged in front of the television and watch surgeries being performed for hours on end. This started at around the age of 3 or 4. What can I say? Kids are curious beings. Blood and human anatomy has never…