posted 2018-02-20 07:36:22

I always feel so time-starved whenever I work full-time. How the fuck are some people able to juggle a full-time job, part-time schooling, household responsibilities, parenting, relationships, hobbies, among other things? Do they get 48 hours everyday whereas I only get 24?

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posted 2018-02-19 18:27:30

I feel like I'm falling apart in school. I got a C+ on an exam, and honestly it was graded generously. I've never done so poorly before, not by a long shot. I'm under deadline for my research, which is awful and pointless and entirely dictated by my professor, who I hate. I have another exam this week and a few assignments due but I can't sit down and focus on them. I feel so drained, burnt out, and unmotivated.

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posted 2018-02-19 18:09:01

I recently brought up in the middle of a lengthy, real-life conversation

with someone whom I thought might be interested in this site

that is all I am going to say for now

part 2 of this confessional may or may not be posted in the distant future

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posted 2018-02-18 17:48:36

Let's make hentai #1 in 2018!

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posted 2018-02-18 03:42:14

I'm always going to hate my ex mother in law for putting my son's safety at risk.

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posted 2018-02-12 23:34:41

Keyboards, bass, drums.

This is by far my favorite jazz trio

Kind of not that into school these days, this lassitude will eat me alive if I let it.

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posted 2018-02-12 17:46:25

What is this hold she has on me? When she is in a good spot and I see her or talk to her all I want to do is joke and laugh with her, hold her and love her. I'm in a new relationship now and she is incredible. I'll have to think up a killer nickname for her, for now I'll refer to her as Thursday. She's the most considerate girlfriend I've ever had, possibly the most considerate person I know. I love the way her mind works, and that she's always trying to be better and to explore the world and find new experiences. She has a career, she's educated, she doesn't drink, she's into keto, she's supportive, super out going and friendly.. she has her own practice for keeping her mental game tight, and she loves me for me.

There is something left undone with my ex.. it's been awhile since I've been here and I don't even remember the nickname I gave her.. she's been through a lot since we broke up and so have I, I don't want to be with her.. maybe I just forget the bad with her too easily? Maybe I'm just missing the good times we had. There was more to us then her just being hit. Minds are weird, especially perhaps my own. Or maybe it's completely normal, but when things were bad it was hard to understand why I was with her, and now I can't help but miss her.

Anyway.. there feels like so much to say, but I'm not typing it all out now. Back to life, felt good to get some of that out.

Adios hate life.

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posted 2018-02-12 00:27:31

My brain keeps trying to convince me that Iím going to get proposed to on Valentines Day which is insane because there isnít a single thread leading in that direction except that a few weeks ago we were playing some trivia thing and he knew what shape a princess cut diamond was and when I asked him why the hell he knew that right away he looked at me blankly and was just like, ďI donít know, because itís like a shape that I know.Ē and it stuck out as really weird because he doesnít even understand the concept of jewelry as daily wear let alone the cut of gemstones.

So anyways it randomly hit me that what if thats because he looked at rings and even though it literally would be so far out of his comfort zone that itís hilarious I canít get the thought out of my head now. Itís like it formed a life of its own and now I get all daydreamy about it like some desperate girlfriend which for the record is not what I am because marriage is not and has never been part of my life plan and itís just irritating.

I canít wait for Valentines to pass now so I can get it out of my brain unless I find myself severely dissapointed and then it will actually be what I want and not just a passing fancy. And I guess maybe Iíve been thinking about it more than just now because I recall being suspicious of this at Christmas too.


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to pavia: forever couch, mini house and commitment issues
posted 2018-02-05 22:23:55

about a year ago i bought a really expensive forever couch. one that had no flaws, to be our home base at home. big enough for the family and friends.

it was a love story - exemplifying my ability to commit.

enter the mini house. the new shiny mini house can't possibly host the massive forever couch. dimensions and what not.

so after i signed the offer on the mini house, i thought, about the obvious flaws of the forever couch - it no longer fit my life....or the life i think i want.

i can't bring myself to look at new couches yet. it's like the death of my commitment.

in other news - it's been almost two years....and i still like looking at the young far so good on that.

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The Dean:
posted 2018-02-02 18:02:53

The average American's net worth is around $80,000.

My month-old daughter now has $100,000 sitting in her trust fund.

Now that's what I call getting a head start in life.

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