Tag: Journal Entry

#35 Journal Entry 6/8/2020

How does thinking about the future affect my levels of motivation? The oversimplification of the answer to this question is that thinking about the future drains me, and I feel I become a husk of what I once was. Career aptitude tests are a sure way to bring yourself down if you do not have…

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#33 Journal Entry 6/3/2020

Times are hard, but one must do their best to face them with confidence and positivism. This has been a hard motto to live by for myself during the last two years. I can roughly estimate that the time I started losing motivation was around graduation from college. I had worked very hard to get…

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#32 Journal Entry 6/2/2020

Across social media and news it appears the U.S. is in turmoil. However, looking out the window, it looks pretty nice out. But really living in an area of a city bordering the suburbs is not the same as living on the lines of a protest. I am still a ten minute drive to the…

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#31 Mini Entry 6/1/2020

The true test of these protests lay within the determination of crowds continuing to grow on a weekday. How many of these protesters can continue to march before, after, or take time off of work to do so? Perhaps with unemployment due to Covid-19 you may see a fair amount of people still gathering. From…

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#3 Journal Entry 4/7/2020

“That wiggle jiggle jello goodness” Man oh man, MJ and I have been ridiculously lethargic today. We took an hour nap at NOON. We hadn’t even been awake for that long in the first place. Time moves very slow at the moment. We’ve both been exercising, but this is probably the most jiggly I have…

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#2 Journal Entry 4/6/2020

“Going a wee bit stir-crazy” I filed my taxes today, oh such a joyous occasion. I have such a fun time dreaming about my future complication with taxes as I had begun purchasing stocks before this whole pandemic. Boy… did that go well. Thankfully I had a nice walk with my future brother in law.…

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#1 Journal Entry 4/5/2020

Today marks our two weeks in social isolation during the Covid-19 Pandemic. I may only be 26 years of age, but I have never experienced anything like this before. There have been over 300,000 cases confirmed in the U.S.A, and over 9,000 have died. Recently, the CDC predicted that there will be over 200,000 deaths…

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