Weekly Wrap || June 15th

Weekly Wrap

I take back everything I’ve ever said about wanting time to slow down, because NOTHING IS HAPPENING.

Life Beyond the Blog

Again, let me reiterate: nothing is happening. No progress on job hunting. Very little reading. Just…lounging at home, waiting for change because the ball is no longer in my court and there’s not much I can do about that.

To be fair, I did do some writing this week, but it just doesn’t feel like much. Life is stagnant right now, and it’s driving me up the wall.

Maybe the only new thing is that I bought Hollow Knight for the Switch this week, and lost my mind over E3 news (ANIMAL CROSSING 2020), but I’m already stuck on Hollow Knight, sooooooo…really, it’s not much.  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Posts This Week

The Brilliant Death ReviewSoul of the Sword Review


The Week Ahead

Something, universe, I’M BEGGING YOU.

Frankly, I don’t know what’s ahead, and we’re just going to have to find out. Maybe more writing, maybe more writing, hopefully a job, but there’s nothing I can guarantee. I suppose this sounds like a pretty boring wrap, but I’m in the habit of being honest, whether there’s too much going on or not nearly enough. And it’s the latter this week.


Well, here’s hoping your week is more exciting than mine, and that next week is better for all of us. See you around!

0 thoughts on “Weekly Wrap || June 15th

  1. Fingers crossed that the universe will throw something amazing your way next week!! I know the feeling of being driven up the wall with nothing to do and little control over it all 😣 I usually survive those times by investing some time on a skillshare or a udemy course. I’m crazy busy at the moment (would love to pass some of it over to you hah) but I already got myself an online drawing class planned for August when I know that I’ll have little to do 😊

  2. When I graduated from college years ago, I thought I would find a job in a month. Nope. I had a freakin’ nervous breakdown instead ( to be fair, I am bipolar 1). In any event, I know that we try to find success and ”gold” at the end of the proverbial rainbow. We have to make that happen. I had to get myself together ( which, takes a while when you’re a little…you know), and find opportunity. It takes time, but it does happen.

    1. It makes me feel better to know it’s not just me not having a job right away. My school was pretty competitive, and I know a lot of folks who had work lined up before graduation, and this slow period has been frustrating. Thank you for sharing, Jen. Sets me a little more at ease. ❤️

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