Wednesday, December 25, 2019

The Year 2020

It is going to be the year 2020. Crazy. By the way, Merry Christmas😆

In my current manic state, I made a decision to deep clean and organize all my hobbies for the coming new year. Organizing may allow me to be more productive as I just gave birth to my (post brain surgery) art, that seems to becoming popular as of late. The art has become so popular that I am technically freaking out and just minutes ago had a rant on my lack of social media skills.

Lost in Social Media Hell

I have literally spent this whole month trying my best to put in order my internet stuff. How did I ... who once was able to handle DOS, html writing and coding, the creator of many websites (by hand mind you) be at a loss when trying to figure out the social media and to have them all connect in some order for my OCD mind to be content?

The answer, it happened so quickly. I am of a generation who experienced the introduction and birth of computers. We saw the possibilities of the future and threw everything we had into to it. Somewhere the growth began to run on its own and at a faster pace.

Don't get me wrong, I am excited of finally seeing the monetizations to things I spent years doing for free. To have my art, voice, and ideas finally being seen and noticed as important enough for a steady income has been a dream come true. It is just ... I am at a loss to how to put it all together. With all the emails, site, social media, and still trying to have the time to create... I am finding there are just not enough hours in a day. I sleep and nap a lot😆

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Where The Heck Have I Been?

I have been so lost! The rapid changes that have happened to me after my Cerebral Aneurysm really effected my sense of time. With serious effort to get my life back to normal, I have accepted the new me. I came out Art is temperament is life is different, and that's alright. Once again, I will attempt to get back on a regular podcasting/broadcasting schedule. I still have much to say. 💋

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Did you peak in high school?

The years of high school tends to linger within the American experience. Whether one was a popular student, an outcast, a jock, or an academic it usually left one memories to sort through in their adult life. Unfortunately there are some who have trouble transitioning into their adulthood because they appeared to peak in high school.

Most individuals have the ability to grow beyond their youth. The problem comes when the adult individual cannot see the picture beyond that period of adolescence. It may not be a fault of their own but rather not being taught the skills to look at life’s whole picture. Either the individual refuses to accept the changes or may have the inability to grow due to medical or mental issues.

I bring this topic out of my frustration and lack of patience when I witness an adult who spends time constantly trying to validate themselves to others. The individual may have friends and family who point out the inappropriate behavior. The individual may refuse to accept the information due to mental disorders or life experiences. If the later is the case, an adult can take their life back and move on. If one realizes they are missing knowledge they should educate themselves, go to counseling, and attempt to free themselves from that type of existence.

Life is more than high school.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Taking a Break

This month I will be taking some time from having shows to where I merely just hang out. The shows will be small that go to my iHeart channels. I need to begin to focus, change the course and actually use the benefits of being on iHeart. This is the plan.