Change is never easy. Change is not always for the better. Change is annoying to keep in loose pockets because it rattles around with every step which can get really aggravating really fast (for me at least). But back to the topic: I’ve got yet another round of changes happening in my life that are going to impact my personal and professional projects.
TLDR; I’m putting my personal project of writing series on hold indefinitely. I’m focusing on collaborative works, as well as learning programming languages and tools that will allow me to create bigger projects in the future. I’m burying my nose in my Japanese grammar and kanji books once more to prepare myself for potentially working in the Japanese gaming industry as a writer, translator, and/or cultural advisor.
Read on if you want more details for any of these changes I’ll be making as of today!Continue reading “2019 Big Changes”
It’s no easy feat staying on top of your stuff if you’re juggling more than one assignment, project, or social engagement. At times you may feel like you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, or that it’s impossible to finish everything you want to do. Those that have allowed themselves to sink into the abyss of failed time management in the past know just how easy it is to lose sight of things and succumb to procrastination, denial, and giving up.
At times I may have as many as six different projects I’m currently working on. Though it seems like a lot to handle, I’ve come to realize that there is a way to ensure that all projects are completed by their deadlines. This, of course, also ties in to giving each project the time and effort they need to be fulfilled to the best of my abilities. Hopefully some insight to how I stay on top of things can help others who wish to do the same.
The rule of three I like to live by is to organize, visualize, and compartmentalize.Continue reading “Staying On Top of Your Stuff”
For those of you wondering why the website has been so sparse lately, I’ve decided to make an update that will detail all the crazy and awesome changes that have been going on in my life up until May 2019. Hopefully I can get back onto a regular schedule with uploading more blogs and interesting articles, but for now I’ve got lots to do and very little time to do it!Continue reading ““Hey Wisteria, Where’ve You Been?””
Happy New Year readers, writers, dreamers, and doers! Welcome to 2019, where anything is possible!
Okay, enough with the feel-good pleasantries. How was everyone’s 2018? Pretty rough, or pretty good? I’ll tell you guys, it wasn’t an easy year for ol’ Wisteria, but we made it through! A new year means taking a look back and seeing what you did or didn’t get done that you wanted to in the last year in order to give you a better idea of what you want to do differently or continue doing this year.Continue reading “New Year’s Resolutions”