it's time

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Created 27 Aug 2020
  • how do you know yourself?
    12 Nov 2021 • 14 min read
    i sent my friend olivia a message the other night. we hadn’t spoken in a few years (i think we last spoke at graduation in 2018) but i had been thinking about her and i felt, as i often feel, that my ...
  • november dumb
    05 Nov 2021 • 8 min read • 1 0
    i’ve been working through ‘automate the boring stuff with python’ by al sweigart ( it’s easy sometimes and hard other times which i guess seems like an appropri...
  • im unemployed for a few days
    27 Sep 2021 • 4 min read • 0 1
    here’s something i posted on facebook the other day: “i've been applying to new jobs for a little over 2 months now. i've gone through interviews with a bunch of companies, and either turned down or b...
  • one year
    30 Aug 2021 • 3 min read • 1 0
    it’s been a year since i started this substack! how silly is that. let’s do some reflection. posted 21 entries here made 21 playlists averaged 12 readers per post made $100 delivered to 20~ people on ...
  • not really feelin it
    15 Jul 2021 • 3 min read
    i’ve got a goal of getting 5 more tattoos by the end of the year so i’m gonna start making appointments even though i have no idea what i want on my body rn. im tryin to teach myself to like shit that...
  • blue mug
    05 Jun 2021 • 3 min read
    when leah and i moved into our apartment in edgewater in miami we went to the bed bath & beyond in miami beach. we bought a blue mug for me. it was round and easy to hold without using the handle. i d...
  • plausible deniability will ruin your relationships
    04 May 2021 • 5 min read
    in relationships, there are asymmetries in communication. how you reconcile the discrepancies between your own understanding and your partners understanding is a litmus test for the health of the rela...
  • what's in the past
    16 Apr 2021 • 2 min read
    years ago i was part of a private torrent tracking site called it was primarily for music, but also featured fonts and software. what was known for its high level of knowledge requirements th...
  • be forthcoming
    30 Mar 2021 • 5 min read
    one of the most difficult aspects of dealing with a lot of information every day is the heuristics you employ to manage and respond to that information. often this takes the form of memes, i.e, someon...
  • it's easy to budget when u have money
    22 Mar 2021 • 2 min read
    i make $53,000 a year before taxes. after taxes, health insurance, and retirement contributions, that’s about $1500 every two weeks. here’s a breakdown of what my budget looks like based on the last t...
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