“We’re born alone, we live alone, we die alone. Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for the moment that we’re not alone.” – Orson Welles
Do you ever think about dying? I’ve thought about dying quite a bit.
I’ve been talking about it for months. It’s a great noob investing platform and it’s high time I do an official Acorns review. Right?
Maybe you got your girlfriend pregnant in high school or maybe you’re the girlfriend who got pregnant in high school and now you’ve got a family at the same age where people are usually joining fraternities and binge drinking themselves into oblivion.
Maybe you had a medical crisis and now the doctor bills are piling up, being turned into collections, and ruining your credit.
It has been a crazy month in the world of WAPH. Two birthdays, a death in the family, a wedding, and the local pie festival. Pile that on top of switching careers and the adjustments I’m making to my new life, and I’ve had enough to make my head spin. I’ve been incredibly frustrated at times.
I admit it. I get jelly.
I’ve spent the majority of my life as a single man. Because of this, I’ve developed habits that are classically more effeminate that my married counterparts. I’m a former chef, so my culinary skills are on point. I pick up after myself and clean (comes with being a minimalist), I can do some basic sewing, I enjoy a little loom knitting here and there (I make my own knitted items. Ain’t nobody got time to be cold). Poor people typically don’t have anyone else to rely on but themselves. Clearly, I am not different. I learned because I had to.