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The Booksie Classic House

An ongoing journal / blog of the sorts of content that I don't want cluttering up my main page. Mostly these will be journal entries but there may be some flash fiction. These are taken from an actual journal but there will be some level of consistent quality. Just because… Read More
English version of articles from my blog bluerosessymphony, it could be disturbing as I openly write about some morbid and personal topics. I publish this strictly to save my works on one more place, though to do it for a while. (There are Serbian and English version on original blog,… Read More

Tags: society, sad, reality, blog

Sup peepz! It's your favorite millennial new age indigo whackadoo here with another bizarre message to blog out there to the eternally anonymous inter-verse! Love y'all! Trigger warning: There are things here you don't want to hear. IMHO a trigger is an indication of unhealed trauma, I make no apologies… Read More
Seems like April 1st has been going on for years... Read More
I wrote this blog for on the 21st of February, 2022. This blog explains how ecommerce has changed the fundamentals of running a business and expands on how your future will inevitably include ecommerce. Read More
I wrote this blog for on the 14th of February, 2022. This blog outlines the subtle importance of recruiting companies in remote recruiting situations. Read More
I wrote this blog for on the 31st of January, 2022. The blog focuses on the importance of diversity in the workplace for employee morale, quality of work, external reputation, and general consumer comfort. Read More
I wrote this blog for on January 18th, 2022. This blog elaborates on how ensuring job satisfaction is an effective method to increase work productivity and quality in the workplace from different points of view. Read More
I wrote this blog for on January 10th, 2022. This blog foreshadows the digital trends coming in 2022 based on previous patterns shown in previous years and their trajectory moving forward. Read More

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The The Horror House House

From the author of Different Vessels comes something completely different. A tale of mystery and horror: A man in Southern California was thought by police to have killed himself by drilling a hole in his head with a power drill. But they couldn't explain the "tunnels" burrowed through his brain,… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is a blog post about watching the content of other gamers and why I think showing our mistakes is important. Read More
Rummage through a growing collection of thoughts and opinions of yours truly. Oft not more than mere ramblings, I'm writing here to see what I think and I hope it resounds somewhere with the readership. Of course, I welcome all engaging conversations that can be had. Read More
Practicing gratitude daily is very important. Read More
It's easy to get lost down the rabbit hole of the internet. I've certainly had my fair share of procrastination moments. In this post we talk about a method that might help with this problem. Read More

Tags: writer, blog, artists

Ideas are like unicorns, they're hard to catch sometimes. After reading this post, they'll never run away from you again (probably) Read More

Tags: creative, art, blog, idea, zero

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