I HAVE MY COMPUTER BACK and my blacklist and my extensions and omfg I’m so happy
Sorry I’ve been absent guys, not having my personal computer is really weird. (I’m borrowing a friends, but Tumblr is almost unusable without my extensions.)
Quick update: I applied for a job with a company that is really involved in social media, which is great but I didn’t really have an instagram. So I made one just to figure out how it works, and so far I’m pretty meh about it. If you guys have/enjoy instagram and want to help me get more into it, follow me (same handle as on here) and I’ll follow you back and we’ll have fun or whatever.
I can’t tell if I’m getting sick or if I’m getting allergies but either way I am grumpy
|Anonymous said: what are your goals?|
…hi there. Are we just asking random questions?
Ummmm…hm. I have a lot of goals. I would like to publish a book someday, but it’s not something I’m working hard towards right now. I write on a regular basis but more to keep the muscles loose at this point. I haven’t been working on a cohesive story for a few months now. I will at some point start doing that again. Perhaps soon.
A lot of my short term goals right now involve making money. Partly because I like things like clothes and makeup and books and video games and getting take out, and those things are expensive, but also because I would like to get to a point where I have a comfortable amount of money in my savings account, because I think that will be helpful to things in the future.
I also toss the idea back and forth of going back to school and at least getting my associates degree, since I already have a decent amount of credits, but that would involve getting some things like my anxiety under control far better than I have it now, and I think that may be more of a process than I am open to at this stage, if I’m honest.
Also you know, just being a decently happy human being. That’s a goal. That can be attained. Perhaps.
Enough of my life has been taking what comes at me and working with it, that I have learned I like my options staying fairly open. And that’s about where I am right now. Lots of open options and a fair amount of uncertainty about what comes next. But not in a bad way.
Hope that was a good enough answer >.>
Edit: See all the marvel movies. Fill the rest of my natural born life with every new installment in the franchise. Keep up with the comicverse even if I don’t read it all. Stay immersed in Marvel because it is almost certainly going to outlive me.
You know that feeling when you’re just waiting for your anger to dissipate?
Like a situation has been resolved, you’ve gotten everything you need or want out of it, literally nothing else can be done, and it’s over.
But you’re still fucking angry?
I have a real issue with the concept of permanency, as indicated by the fact I’ve lived here for about a year now and parts of my room are still packed. Working on fixing that.
(Roommate has offered solution to book storage that doesn’t involve me buying furniture, which I appreciate. Not because I don’t want to spend money but because owning furniture is a step too far for my comfort level. I’ve only ever had what I can store in a few boxes and backpacks.)
This is actually causing me a fair amount of anxiety whee.