Once upon a time, there lived a person who promised not to let anything hinder her from writing, an activity that she loved so much. Well, she still loves it, there’s no doubt about that, but monsters keep getting in the way and
she barely gets enough time to write yet she still writes because that’s what writers do. For a minute there, I almost yielded to my laziness.
After getting a certification for Business Analysis–albeit my score wasn’t something I could be proud of– I figured that there’s more I haven’t explored in the field. Negotiating is one of them. I’m bad at it. Not horrible, but bad. And darn lazy. When I don’t feel like it, I only do to things: argue and not care. Guess what I usually do.
This article is a good read for me, definitely. It’s like cushioning a fall or having another mask.
I just want to put it out there that the “intuitive” described in this article is quite different from Jung’s description.
Bob Dylan on Sacrifice, the Unconscious Mind, and How to Cultivate the Perfect Environment for Creative Work
That the world has enough songs and that it will not suffer for the lack of new ones is a gold. Bob Dylan had the confidence to claim that most of his best works were created quickly. How I wish I could say that for the poems I created when I was in college. I didn’t bury them because they were my brain children but I don’t think they’re ready to see the world.
This came as a surprise to me. I only learned about this man a couple of years ago despite being an iPhone user for almost a decade.
June was not a good month for reading novels and writing articles for me but I got to attend a number of webinars on Business Trends and Market Research – topics I didn’t even find interesting some years ago- and finish a number of short stories and novellas including this one which happened to be a game changer.
By the way, I’m rather excited that Final Fantasy VII has a remake coming. Although my only knowledge of it comes from Advent Children [Complete] , On the Way to a Smile and the hundreds of fanfiction I read (which hardly count being fan-made), I can’t help but be invested in this whole thing. Yes, I might play this after proving I can play a bit of Ragnarok lol.