Rethinking How I Look At Writing in the Age of AI

I won’t lie. I felt my confidence shake and a growing identity crisis burning in my heart as I read various articles about ChatGPT back in December. From speculation to observations, some of the messages that rocked me were how writing appears to become obsolete. Let me reframe: writing was being made more “efficient” withContinue reading “Rethinking How I Look At Writing in the Age of AI”

My Goals For Writing in 2022.

I started last year with a resolution to grow my writing. This included growing my freelance writing efforts and trying to grow more profitable. I let it go most of last year until that summer where I managed to cobble together a website, applied to the Medium Partner Program, got over my fears, and createdContinue reading “My Goals For Writing in 2022.”

The First Time I Felt Like a Writer

I always try to write for myself. The first was a short story. I was 11 years old and did it spur of the moment. After that, I got the bug. I continued to write for the next six years. During that time, I didn’t feel like an artist. I kept my writing to myself.Continue reading “The First Time I Felt Like a Writer”

It’s a Match! What Dating and Job Hunting Have In Common

Job hunting can be intimidating. There are so many ways to go about it these days as a lot of the process is automated. It’s all about connections and who you know. LinkedIn has come into play over the past decade as an excellent tool in professional networking and needs. But despite all this advancementContinue reading “It’s a Match! What Dating and Job Hunting Have In Common”

First Steps in Freelancing

Freelance writing is something I’ve always wanted to get into. I tried to back in 2015 and early 2016. I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. The only real experience I had was the experience with my bachelor’s degree provided me six year prior and whatever personal experience on social media. Needless toContinue reading “First Steps in Freelancing”

Why It’s Important to Rediscover Old Childhood Hobbies as an Adult

It sucks getting old. For one, your body isn’t as flexible as it used to be. Once you hit 30, your back and knees complain a lot more. There’s the gray hair. You probably have different responsibilities and obligations in contrast to when you’re 20s or even as a teenager. You could lose sight ofContinue reading “Why It’s Important to Rediscover Old Childhood Hobbies as an Adult”