A week ago, I finally did the Good Thing that Uber/Lyft drivers are supposed to do and installed a dash cam. It has both an interior and exterior camera and records audio. A few days after installation I returned home, removed the micro-SD card from the camera, and popped it into my laptop to take… Continue reading 1. Smile
Recently it has felt like there’s pressure continuously building inside my head. It has been almost three months of doing Uber full time, and those experiences alone are something I want to talk about at great length. The type of people that I get to meet, and the conversations that I get to have, can… Continue reading If you don’t know what to say, just write.
It has come to my attention that many people who read my latest post, Learning When to Let Go, are under the impression that I’m not doing so well emotionally. I did mention it there–right near the end–but upon re-reading I see that I wasn’t terribly clear. I understand that after about six months of… Continue reading I’m actually okay guys, really
0. Prologue It has been a week since I saw my mother for what might be the last time. We met at the bank to finish up a business arrangement between us. She gave me the last of the $10,000 I had loaned her from my student loans—a final $1,500 payment—and I signed a quit… Continue reading Knowing when to let go
I’ve mentioned before that I have a social anxiety disorder. I’m not alone in the world. Approximately 15 million people over 18, or 6.8% of the United States, have been diagnosed with social anxiety disorder. If you look at all anxiety disorders, the statistic broadens to 40 million adults or 18% of Americans. And I… Continue reading My take: living with anxiety