Recovering from Covid-19
As I enter my last day of quarantine, I’ve coincidentally been getting a lot of questions on what testing positive for Covid-19 was like, what symptoms I had, and what recovery was like. I figured it’d be easier to collect all of my thoughts into one place as I reflect on what it’s like being […]
On Nine Inch Nails, Growing Up, and Muchness
I remember when I first saw NIN in concert. I was 15, just discovering the world, just discovering myself, but mostly just discovering music. Music was my whole world back then. I suppose it has to be when you’re 15, unsure about who you are or what you’ll do in life. When you have the […]
Why is Everyone So Unhappy?
Over the past few years, I’ve tried to be more honest with myself in others.
One Year Out, A Lifetime To Go.
Well, it’s been a full year plus a couple of months since I moved back to Colorado.
Keeping things close to the Chester.
I’ve gotta be honest, the news of Chester Bennington’s suicide hit me pretty hard. Most likely because Linkin Park was the first real band I fell in love with. Most people know me as a metalhead or perhaps a NIN-head, since those were the first genres of music I really identified with. But Linkin Park […]
What’s My Edge?
People sometimes tell me that one day I’ll have to “decide” between Journalism and Computer Science.
When you do things right, people won’t be sure you’ve done anything at all.
I decided to go back to Church last week.
Some Thoughts About Mothers…
I don’t really know what to write about, since I”m kind of at a loss for words, but writing is therapeutic, so it felt necessary.