reinventing rogue realities since 1994.

Name's aris. 19940218.
I'm kinda pathetic.

I don't always follow back, but I still interact with people.

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Posts tagged caffeine

"Rant" has become our go-to word to describe the inane topics and wordy arguments our ever-shortening attention spans have developed less and less patience for, even when those topics are relevant arguments we should, in fact, be spending more time discussing.

So I need to have writing exercises.

This is a potshot at the moon. Please leave something in my ask, and I will make an imagist—or an attempt at such—prose poem with a maximum length of five stanza/paragraphs based on whatever you give me. I reserve the right to decide on posting output; I likely will anyway. 

Fixed vs. Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives | Brain Pickings 

The success of ‘C’ students happens mostly because they were learning about the world and how to manage it when the ‘A’ students were tethered to their books. ‘C’ students competed for class office, put in plenty of time at the college newspaper, started advocacy organizations, worked part time, fell in love too often, and engaged in other activities.

5 Reasons Your Anti-Procrastination Efforts Aren't Working | Catherine Chen, Ph.D. 

We speak of a “third metric” because we are trying to braid three different strands: work, family, ourselves. That begins by getting rid of the notion of work-life balance. There is no such thing. It’s just like a board game: you have to choose between hearts, stars and dollars. You don’t balance them. You establish your priorities.
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