Perhaps the pandemic caused it or something did but in recent years, we have seen a death in the glorification of the bachelor lifestyle and a shift to the radically different end. Now, in male spaces, there is a glorification of the family life and kids. Now, the idea has gone from be single for … More The recent marriage and family life obsession in male spaces.
Whether or not the pandemic is over is up to your imagination but after almost two years of lockdowns and mandates, I’ve learned some lessons I would love to share with all of you. Maybe you feel the same way, maybe you do not, I’d love to hear from you either ways. For now, here … More Five lessons learned from this pandemic (so far)
I’ve felt it and I get a good bit of messages around it. In the past few months, I have seen myself become a lot more political than I’d like which has brought about some negative emotions in me. Anger, worry, anxiety, bitterness, and you name it. I know what it is like for all … More A must read for anyone being mentally affected by the pandemic.
I remember growing up that I was quite miserable and drained in my old town. Things never seemed to come my way and I was always left out. Well, years after the fact, it all started to make sense to me. More so, when I was in NYC I noticed that good luck seemed to … More If you are miserable in your town, try this Astrology technique.
Stop worrying about what you can’t control, a saying all of us have heard over and over and over again. I could use that saying in my life sometimes as well because in recent months, I too have fallen into worrying about things I have no control over. Thankfully, I was able to get a … More Things worrying me that I have no control over.
“Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times.” G.Michael HOPF Cancel culture, radical politics on both sides, micro-aggressions, and you all know what I am trying to get at here. The fact of the matter is, as an American and even as … More My theory on how the USA became so culturally fucked up
Throughout this week, I have been talking about my experiences with the drinking and partying lifestyle and what led me to quit. Now I have a lot of readers who go out a lot at nights and I encourage this, a lot. As I have said repeatedly, there is a difference between going out to … More Signs that it is time to quit the drinking and partying lifestyle.
As those of you who know my story or have come across it spread across many posts, you know that I was never the popular frat boy type in college or even in any fraternities despite going to a school where it was big. When you go to school down south, Greek Life is about … More The night I learned the reality about Fraternity Life.
As I approach my thirties, I start to look at my future life. Yet, I am at a crossroads where for once, I cannot truthfully tell any of you that I have a correct answer. At the same time, this is the time right? I wake up every morning and while some of my health … More Is it time to settle down after 30?
The clock ticks and we are hours away from the end of 2020. I am writing up the post, it was actually this one here, and I reflect a bit on it all. 2020 has been one crazy year for all of us and I think about my odd situation at work. Due to having … More Sometimes all you have to do is step outside.
Maybe she writes back, maybe she does not. You texted her, and she did not text back, already 24 hours have flown by. You messaged her on the app and she never messaged back, a couple days have flown by. So you think, maybe you ping her again. Maybe you text her again. Maybe you … More Why patience is an underrated skill in dating.
Hey everyone, I am glad to be back after a very long hiatus. I’d say life really got to me and I had way too much on my plate. Some things went by the wayside and I got overwhelmed, it was all too much really. Work had become more intense than ever and it got … More One of the worst things you can do: keep digging