I went to a small music festival held locally, or near by anyway. Called the Pigeon Lake Music festival. The image is of Chilliwack. I quite enjoyed their portion of the event. Maybe because I knew all their songs. Not exactly old enough to have been around for them, but they clearly have been played…… Continue reading Music festival
Dreams do fascinate me. I remember quite a few a night, due to having a crappy sleep. I wake up often and therefore interrupt my sleep cycle and remember my dream. I had one recently where we, my spouse and I, were in an office building and there were these monkeys. I went up to…… Continue reading Reoccurring Dreams
Meet Charlie. A 7 year old, short-haired domestic Tabby cat. Also goes by Chuckles and Chunky Monkey. Things he likes to do: Wake you up at 4 AM. Plan world domination. Angry revenge pee on things you love. Snuggle into your neck so you are never angry at him. Eat. A lot. Like a lot,…… Continue reading Chunky Monkey
I have a migraine poem for you guys today. Wrote when I was having a migraine, which isn’t that astonishing as I get them practically every day. I Tried Butterbur and Pie I tried ice And everything nice. I tried magnesium oil And a hat of aluminum foil. I tried every supplement known to man,…… Continue reading Poem: I Tried Butterbur and Pie
I am follow a quest to lower my caffeine. To a point I feel I have succeeded. I apparently shocked my doctor with my caffeine intake. That many cans of diet Coke a Day? Yeah. In my defense… I am thirsty. All. The. Time. Her point was that it could be making my profound insomnia…… Continue reading The Quest: Caffeine reduction
I am the shyest writer around. I love to write. I love to have people read what I write as long as I have no idea who they are and they are far away from me. And I never communicate with them face-to-face. Because that is why I am a writer and not a singer.…… Continue reading The shyest writer around
So I have started writing for Wonder, which is a site I do recommend since you make $16 per brief you write for them. They have researchers that provide the research and you then write the brief. I am in training at this point, which clearly I need to be. The briefs have a specific…… Continue reading Wonder
So there are a few writing content sites that you post writing and based on Adsense and Amazon, or other factors you generate income on them. I used to write for one for a bit and then didn’t for quite some time. Now I think I will again for content I’m not doing anything else…… Continue reading referral income generating sites
Just a short little poem. Time Lost days, melded into decades. Concentration, focus slid away. Memories erode and it all fades, Locked in infinite pain, time’s prey.
My Fiverr profile. When I chose to try out Fiverr it was in fact because I have used it before for visual design. This is the cover for a novel I am working on that a Fiverr designer came up with for me: This is before I went to my pen name in fiction, of…… Continue reading My Fiverr experience
Word to the wise when writing for content sites, they run through copyscape. Which they should, of course. This is clearly important. So, yes, do that. But, here is a tidbit you might not know and I just found out, your sources may be flagged. I wrote an article and obviously inline linked my sources…… Continue reading Copyscape… that was a title, man
I have joined Fivver and my experience with them has been quite interesting. I enjoy the projects I have to work on. I have been getting good reviews, so far, knock on wood and all. I think it is a great approach for a writer like myself to put myself out there. So I thought,…… Continue reading Content sites for writers
Or that is what I feel like freelance writing lately. I feel like I am absorbing so much knowledge on so many different areas. It is fascinating. Someday soon I am going to have some really odd conversations from all these random facts I have been deep diving on. What I read tends to stick…… Continue reading I know all!
So I had a migraine. A brutal migraine. I tried numerous things to abort it or to just lower the pain. Nothing worked. Just nothing. So what to do? Write a poem about it. I tried ice And everything nice I tried magnesium oil And a hat of aluminum foil I tried every supplement known…… Continue reading Poem: I tried
I have wanted to read this book for some time. I have a fascination for hallucinations because I get migraine auras: visual, tactile, olfactory and auditory. https://www.amazon.ca/Hallucinations-Oliver-Sacks/dp/0307402177/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&qid=1489443158&sr=8-1&keywords=hallucinations&linkCode=ll1&tag=httpmichellemythe.com-20&linkId=85a01d36a19473e25179d85bee4a02ad Hallucinations is by Oliver Sacks. The Blurb: Hallucinations are often seen as a sign of madness or mental disorders but, in fact, can occur for a variety of…… Continue reading Review: Hallucinations
Sometimes I do in fact read to just ignore my problems for a while. I certainly read for escapism. To delve into another world entirely for just a time. Love this comic, by the way.
For my computer. It is a refurbished computer. Obviously, someone did a poor job on it. I may have to bring it in to the local shop and get it done right. The Thing, as I now call it, freezes completely out of the blue. You can’t Clt-Alt-Delete. Oh, no, that would be simple. You…… Continue reading I have a little hate right now
If you are an extrovert, you are lucky, in the sense that the world thinks extroverts are where it is at. You can socialize well, do business well, work well in public environments, have fewer issues with public speaking and so many other traits. And introverts are not extroverts. “If extroverts are assertive and enthusiastic…… Continue reading Rock your introverted self
After my previous post, you might gather a slight indication I am introverted. I am actually quite introverted but years of customer service experience has helped me develop my chit chat with people. One thing I didn’t mention is that I am very modest. Very shy about my accomplishments. I was at my friend’s house…… Continue reading So… what is that story about?
Written words, yes. Love writing. Verbally? Really depends. More awkward than anything would be what I would say. Introvert: I write better than I speak “We innies tend to write better than we speak. Words pour out effortlessly onto the page (or the computer screen nowadays). But in conversation, it can often feel like there’s…… Continue reading Writing vs speaking