Category: Life Stuff

Bloomberg Opinion: Why Millennials and Gen z Shouldn’t Practice Working the Weekends, Is It An Unpopular Opinion Tho?

Writer, Sarah Green Carmichael, challenged her young readers about the real plight of capitalism is allowing a lot of woman (man) hours to be clocked. “She wasn’t talking about the kind of jobs that often require weekend shifts as well as night work. She was talking about the kind of professional jobs where people who…

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Stash Invests Creates LGBTQ+ Content On Its App, Are We Too Take All These New Found Advocates Seriously

We caught a glipse of a story about how the pandemic had affected LGBTQ+ respondents more than those who are just straight. The article then goes on the restate the same issue, poor and at risk communities have suffered more than rich white suburbans communities. Isn’t that why the majority voted for a new Commander…

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Situationship #2

I’ve been trying to write something that further defines the waves of the bay. But I’m unable to make it clever, to make it mean something to the desirable and the undesirable, and get an applause. I’m too honest for my own good… I’m sitting here in the room, in front of the water, watching…

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Finding My Home: Chapter 2

“I think that should be the last of it,” mom said. She placed the box she carried up to my new room on the floor. The corners were starting to bend on each side from being pushed around the back of the moving van.  “Wow, that wasn’t so bad,” I said trying to catch my…

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The Endgame

I’m sitting on the couch with my legs spread wide open, arching my back, biting my lip, drawing his eyes to that area between my legs, the one he can’t resist. He bites down on his tongue from moaning, beads of sweat appearing just above his brow. I watch his Adam’s apple move as he…

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I Did It Again

I did it again. One of the things I can’t seem to forgive myself for is how easy it is for men to fall romantically out of love for me. I use to believe that I was easy to love, harder to leave. But I was lied to. The truth is harder to hear. I…

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Finding My Home: Chapter 1

“For god’s sake Joce, what did I do now, huh?” my dad said. His voice could be heard throughout the house no matter what room you were in. His footsteps got closer as they slammed against the floor. His dirty white socks showed underneath the crack of my door as they cleaned up the remnants…

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PopSockets and TikTok’s New Collaboration Makes Filming Videos Easier Than Ever

It’s undeniable that PopSockets’ fun phone grips and TikTok’s short, creative videos have taken the mobile world by storm in the past few years. Now, the two brands have teamed up to create a limited-edition collection of phone grips and the PopMount 2 Flex, a flexible tripod that connects to PopSockets grips to give creators…

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The Child in Need

I’m restless. I’m breathing. I’m crying. I’m restless. I’m breathing. I’m dying. I’m restless. Uncomfortable. I think being alone…this alone…forces me to grieve. It forces me to dive into darkness, confront the fears, the irrevocable silence. I’ve been staring at this white screen for hours, days, weeks…and I’ll begin to write something, type a letter,…

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