Category: Pointless Posts

Somebody Once Told Me the World Was Gonna Roll Me

The theme of this past week seems to be “hurry the hell up and wait” which has been the most irritating thing in the entire world. First, let’s talk about that countdown that was going on over at the Halloween Horror Nights web site. A few weeks ago, the HHN web site announced its soul

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I Need An Old Priest, A Young Priest and a Nap

Well hello there blog people! It’s been a solid hot minute since I’ve bothered to update. Not for lack of interesting things to write about but, if I’m being honest, I’m lazy. There’s been a lot going on but not a whole lot at the same time. My countdown to Halloween Horror Nights continues! I’m

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My 48-Hour Tinder Relapse

Just like Eminem couldn’t keep himself away from the rap game, I could resist the sweet temptation of swiping myself into a vodka-soaked depression. Okay. That was a tad dramatic but it makes for a good read! I absolutely loath the whole concept of online dating. Yes, I have given it all a try. And

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Adventures in Doing Nothing

I have been trying really hard lately to give myself at least one day of relaxation. A day where I’m not thinking about my to-do list, answering emails, errands. None of it. This is actually really hard for me since I’m an extreme workaholic. I like to be busy and I’m not content unless my

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Dating in 2017; or, Why I’m Gonna Die Alone

Ok. This title is a tad extreme but that’s just the mood I’m in apparently. The topic of dating has come up quite a bit in my life over the past couple weeks. The consensus among my friends seems to be that dating in the modern era is easily the worst thing in the world.

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It’s Official, I’m A Living Meme

At any given point in time, I am a walking anxiety potato and this week seems to be no exception. After bouncing back from a really bad depressive episode a few weeks ago, I went back into life in full force with a newfound vigor and stupidity. I published a book, got back on track

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