Life Update: Now on Twitch!


Just a quick update for anyone who watches gaming on I’m streaming now on twitch!

Right now I’m streaming Fallout 4 and Stardew Valley, but I’m open to suggestions for different and new games. If you want to check out my twitch channel, click the picture below. I stream weekdays around 4:30/5pm EST and randomly on weekends.



How Facebook Has Ruined My Mental Health


Facebook is one of the most popular social media websites on the internet.

And I’m tired of it.

Facebook has been incredibly detrimental to my mental health that I’ve decided to stop using the newsfeed portion of the site, and only use the messenger app. And I’m only using it to talk to a few people, including my apartment group chat.

I’m no longer using Facebook for a variety of reasons, which I’m going to go into detail about below. But the main reason is because my mental health has been tanking the more I check my Facebook news feed.



My Struggle With Binge Eating and How It Ruined My Life


Binge eating disorder (or BED) is a serious eating disorder in which you frequently consume unusually large amounts of food and feel unable to stop eating.

I’ve been struggling with binge eating for a few years now. I don’t remember exactly when it started, but it came about after years of restricting to the point of worrying about being over 100lbs. I restricted so much that I started eating anything at any point to have enough calories in the day. That lead to continuous snacking, which eventually lead to binge eating.

I’m sure my depression helped along with that as well.

It’s very much a mental health issue as well as a physical issue. That can cause problems because it’s a lot easier to beat physical ailments than it is mental ones, at least for me.




How I Ruined My Life in 2020 in 5 Easy Steps


2020 was a hell of a year for most people, and it wasn’t exactly great for me either. I posted an update back when everything initially happened.

However, I can’t just blame 2020 for all of my problems. I have to take some of the blame because I let myself get to the point where I am now. I’m trying to claw my way back to normality through a healthy diet, exercise, and being proactive.

Want to know how I ruined my life in 5 east steps? You’ll have to keep reading to find out.



Why You Need to Take Responsibility For Yourself Right Now


Taking responsibility is something I’ve seen slowly fading away in recent times.

A lot of social media seems to be blaming other people for their problems. Whatever the issue may be, I keep seeing people blame someone else for their problems.

And this is a problem.

Being responsible for yourself is the best way to live because it means you’re an independent person and you have the ability to be the best you are.

Why you need to take responsibility for yourself right now is because if you don’t, you’re probably going to be in a sad state until you start doing so.




What I’m Doing to Get Back in Shape


So within the first few months of the pandemic I really let myself go because my depression took over my life. I gained 35lbs, didn’t leave the house except for groceries and doctor’s appointments, and I slept most of my free time.

I was severely depressed and it showed in all aspects of my life.

Now that it’s been a year since the initial “15 days to slow the spread”, it’s spring again and the daylight has been helpful in motivating me to get back in shape and back to some sort of “normal”.

So, I’m doing a few things to get myself back on track, back in shape, and happier with my life.




Removing Social Media from My Phone Changed My Life


Social media is taking over the world.

It’s almost impossible to get around on sites online without a social media account somewhere. Facebook has made it almost impossible to avoid, especially with their constant acquiring other companies.

But social media is toxic.

Just take a look at Twitter and Facebook recently.

Politics have divided the country and it’s causing so much hate and outrage and I can’t stand it anymore. We need more positivity in our lives.



How to Get More Right Swipes on Bumble Dating App


Welcome to the dating scene of the future: everyone’s on screen and all you do is swipe left or right.

There are many dating apps out there but Bumble is a big hit with people because it turns the traditions of dating upside down. Normally, men are slated to do all the talking and introductions and such, but with Bumble it’s up to the women.

I’ve found it relatively successful, finding a few people to get in touch with that are worth while. But I haven’t found my one and only just yet.

There are a few tips and tricks I have for guys and gals out there who are wanting to get on the app.




Top 4 Things I Learned from Love

What did I learn from love?

Well, love is a fickle thing.

I’m a hopeless romantic and falling in love is part of my life goals to live a happy and fulfilled life. Love can be some of the greatest experiences in your life, but it can also cause the most hurt, as well.

I’ve learned a lot from being in actual love, thinking I was in love, being infatuated, and just wanting to be loved in the first place.

These are the top 4 things I learned from love.




Yes, You Can Have a Happy, Fulfilling Life With Depression


Depression is a pain in the ass.

Not gonna lie to you about that. There are days where I really wish I didn’t have it, but there are also days where it’s manageable and I don’t have much of a problem.

But a lot of people, both with and without depression, don’t think it’s possible for someone living with depression to live a happy and fulfilling life. They think that depression means a life of sadness, depression, and bad thoughts.

It doesn’t have to be!




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