I'm stressed out and have too much work to do, so naturally I'm procrastinating by working on different things with less severe deadlines, that way I'll be in a constant frantic state of feeling like I've accomplished nothing and time keeps bleeding away. Some days I'm just plain not disciplined enough to be a full-time … Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Please Stand By
People, I have nearly had it with this bullshit. Is it just me, or is American Horror Story almost boasting about their inability to pick a single concept and work it through start to finish in one season? What is this? Have they not even decided a name for the season? I get that "Murder … Continue reading Tipsy the Prognosticator: American Horror Story ?6
Have you checked out my Patreon blog yet? It's basically the same thing as here except I try (TRY) to keep on task about photography things, and also people have the option to pay for it, which is super gratifying. One of the least useful and most entertaining is the newest incarnation of my FAILBLOG posts … Continue reading Fuck this Shit Friday the 13th
Ever looked at one of my photos and been all OMG HOW? I'll tell you how in a new tutorial blog series! Photoshop tips, tricks, how-to directions, step by step guidance, and maybe even some videos! The options are virtually endless, and I take requests! IT'S ALL FOR YOU DAMIEN. Tutorial Tuesday nº1 on Patreon … Continue reading Tutorial Tuesday nº1
Motivation Monday: A Blog on Patreon In which I scratch the surface of a discussion about work, art, and trying not to quit.
Wow, hey everybody. I'd like you to know that I do still love you, first off, but that I struggle to come up with entertaining and engaging content for this blog. IF you are for some incredible reason missing your fix of pithy anecdotes, there's a place for them here: my Patreon. Follow me there … Continue reading Preaching to the Choir
This is my first year writing directly into scrivener; previous years have left me embracing the austere familiarity of Word for my writing needs. There, all my words were collected into a vaguely linear (ideally) jumble, and one simple counter at the bottom of the screen tracked whether I was on target or not. It wasn't … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Day 5 Recap: That Feeling When…