Time to stop being a bitch

My therapist told me that I’ve been acting bossy lately. Bossy and judgmental. And you know that’s not a good sign–when your own therapist has to tell you to siddown and shut the fuck up. Honestly, I think this was her way of putting things nicely. “Bossy” and “judgmental” are pretty obvious code words to […]

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Dug-out Drafts: Confessions

I wrote the following post back in the beginning of November. It was originally meant for enniyaya and my joint blog at eunicornworld, but I never published it. Instead, I published something else and kept this post as a draft, treating it like some embarrassing piece of trash I was crumpling up and throwing over my shoulder, aiming for that metal-wired trash can that every cliche I’m-so-frustrated-with-my-writing movie/TV scene seems to have. Except that the draft never made it to the trash. I forgot to press delete.

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Password protected: Something I don’t like to admit

I hate writing about negative topics. I wish I could write about something fun, quirky, and light-hearted. Especially considering the appearance of our eunicornworld blog. Feel like something light-hearted would suit it. But alas, even though I jot down fun ideas to write about for a future post, I always come to the blog with something to complain about. I can’t seem to write in a cheerful tone when I’m not actually feeling it. Guess I’m not good at faking happy. Well, not like I signed up to be an actor anyway. I’m just a writer, in a way, I signed up to being an open book!

Link to the rest of the entry. Message me if you would like the password. Warning, this one is a bit rambly!

It’s the same as the password to the last password protected entry. I think I’ll just keep the same password for all PP entries so that it’s easier for anyone who reads my stuff a lot to open up a protected entry.

October Notes

My first attempt at this Monthly Notes challenge resulted in varying levels of success… possibly more failure than success. But I’m still pretty happy about it, so this is going to be a surprisingly positive post. Weird, since I’m so used to only expressing sadness, disappointment, and anxiety in my writing. (My shit must be fun […]

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