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The stigma around mental health

When I was growing up, people around me joked about mental health, they painted this picture in my head as a kid that someone with mental health disorders were “crazy” and not “normal” so when it came to me opening... Continue Reading →

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My thoughts on The Walking Dead censoring the show

I love The Walking Dead and I have been a fan since Season 2, I went back and watched Season 1. It’s a crazy, unpredictable world and no one is safe. People are killed by walkers or by survivors, they... Continue Reading →

What video games have taught me over the years

I was first introduced to video games when I was two years old, believe it or not, when I stayed at my Nan’s — she would grab my older cousins Nintendo 64 and I would play Turok on it, I loved dinosaurs.... Continue Reading →

Emptying my cluttered mind

You need to know people around you, what are their strengths? What are their weaknesses? Will they lift you up or stand on you when you’re down? And what would you do if they were down? Understand this, no one... Continue Reading →

Change

You can change your world, not the world. There’s a difference between your world and the world; your world is what is in your life, what you can see and what actually affects your daily life — and the world is obviously Earth.... Continue Reading →

Quotes I love #1

I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself; If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today? And whenever the answer has been “No” for... Continue Reading →

If I was in charge of Activison/Call of Duty division

Ever since Call of Duty: Ghosts, the franchises sales have gone down, especially with the new instalment, Infinite Warfare, which apparently the sales have gone down by 50% compared to Black Ops III. That is shocking and I’m sure Activision... Continue Reading →

“Less is more”…

...my thoughts. Whenever I look into Minimalism, I always hear “Less is more” and that’s from articles, videos and books. At first, I didn’t understand it. How can less be more? I used to ask myself. Surely the more you... Continue Reading →

Would Steve Jobs be happy with Apple?

My personal opinion based on what I’ve read from Walter Isaacson’s biography on Steve. Steve Jobs was well known at Apple for being a perfectionist and loving simplicity. He put a lot of time and effort into each product Apple... Continue Reading →

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