Hades is a great game, and as a bonus, put my fears of failure in a new light.
As I turn 28, I reflect and see I should start taking more risks and failing more so I can improve more.
A schooltime crush let me see early how fighting despair is always better than giving up to it.
A casual recap of things I enjoyed, didn't enjoy, and really didn't enjoy in a cabin in the woods.
I missed a key realization looking back at 2019 - being driven by numbers had put a lid on my curiosity.
In 2019 I focused on numbers for doing better in work and play. That focus caused most of my past year's regrets, and I plan to take a much different approach for 2020.
A Sunday video game session put me in a terrible mood, and made me realize something important: I loathe almost all forms of video today.
Being insecure about my career and skills likely won't change anytime soon. Finding the positives is something I can do now.
I don't consider myself a tech ally, but have several ways I try to act as one.
A note I'd taken while abroad on my time in Hungary's capital, and learning to be happy alone as well as with others.
A new birthday lets my understanding of their importance evolve.
Role models can be good for inspiration but bad for unrealistic standards.
Three useful lessons taken away from my first, and possibly last, actual luxury vacation
It's the fairy tormenting almost every aspect of my existence.
Despite being of a single mind, most people have inner voices pulling them different directions that we need to avoid.
I've found I'm not a happy person. I wouldn't have it any other way.
Being so close to death is terrifying, but being far away from it is even worse.