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A Ducktales Update


A little update: They really need to let students know which classes will have out-of-class projects and meetings. A lot of us base our work and other studies around our specific class scheduling we initially signed on for. I don’t even have the time on the weekends to play catch up in sleep. My workout immediately fell back down with these specific classes. I’m slowly figuring out how to make it work, but it had me stressed out right from the start. I’d have to dedicate entire weekends to 1 of 4 subjects. Each subject can fill the entire thing. I am taking Spanish to learn it. I’m not taking it to barely pass the course. I will to become fluent in Espanol someday.

Second Lil update: I have started crunching my media presence pretty hard recently. I even brought back my absent Twitter handle “Alex_Co254”. I still have a lot of improving in Snapchat and IG, but my Twitter has greatly improved. I am very happy with how much better it is now than it used to be.

I still have my blog posts list of ideas and projects. There is also my prompt box. I have no excuses to slack on WordPress. I am sorry for not communicating and sharing. I allowed myself to become overwhelmed with the mass of things I am a part of, and that I pay attention to.

Thank you for taking the time out of your irreplaceable day to read my posts.

A few of the project ideas I have are great. I just need to put them out there.

Posted for personal sharing by Alex


A Story in a Single Image

The unexamined life is not worth living – Socrates

Like the caption for the image shown below says, “Normal is boring.”

Why would you sit around wasting the time you have of your life by being exactly like everyone else? Time is our most valuable asset. I think Life should be considered an asset too since you only get one. Life is truly a gift from God. God led your parents to making you. You only get one biological set too. You are unique. You are rare. Be awesome. Be you. Be different.

Make a splash by being similar to an extrovert. Don’t hide who you really are. Be proud of yourself. Work hard. Strive for only your best. Relax once in a while, and then get right back into it. This is currently the age of introverts for business though. Extroverts are still powering strong, but introverts seemed to have a tougher time in the past. For superior success take advantage of how easy it is to remain true to yourself even if you aren’t as naturally “loud” as others. Social media along with other outlets have made it easier to reach people on a more personal level while being in separate areas over long distances even. Nothing is impossible. Try, try again.

Normal is boring. Make a splash in the world.

Normal is boring. Make a splash in the world.