I find stories.
And I write them down for everyone to read. They come in the form of blogs, reviews, and fiction (pixels, video, audio, text based, handpuppets, whatever).
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I found this box unused in the garage after we moved into our condo. It was the previous owner's, but they didn't have a baby living here with them.
Oh, this'll be a short one.
Like many people, I too have thought about taking a job somewhere isolated and alone for stretches of time. I know many, many, many people have wanted to live in a lighthouse on an island hundreds of miles offshore with nothing to do but read and contemplate the day that just passed by without saying a word to anyone but the wind.
Yep, me and everyone else have had that totally normal urge.
When I'm writing anything, I am usually listening to something while I am digging into the innards of my mind.
Studio Motion Twin, who made the game Dead Cells, has revealed that they pay everyone in the company the same wage.
Stories are the collection of smaller pieces that build into something more significant. This statement isn't profound or even new, but it is something that many of us forget a story can be when we stick with the main characters only.
Time management is something that every person struggles to be better at in their daily lives. It doesn't matter if you are the world's most organized person because there is a part of you that feels like you're never getting anything done. This feeling builds to the point that you feel like you should always be working.
Forbes ran an article suggesting that Amazon bookstores replace libraries and then took it down once they realized maybe they shouldn't have run such a successful click-bait article.