I’m currently sitting at my desk, watching the World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon Invitational while working on a project. Usually at this time on a Saturday, I’d be at work, but I recently have found myself unemployed. If I had told myself two years ago, during my senior year at college, that this is the situation I’d find myself in, I’d probably not be sure what to say. Before finishing my degree I had a pretty good idea what I wanted to do in life, but so far not much of that has panned out. However, the recent developments have driven me to accept that I need to be more action driven and not settle for the current state of affairs. This is going to be a work in progress, and I hope to be doing more with my life soon enough.
I plan on starting to write again, and I’m fully aware of how many times I’ve made this kind of statement before. Something I’ve realized over this past year, even if it took me a while to fully accept it, is that things won’t improve if I don’t start taking the initiative myself. I plan on spending the next few days doing both brainstorming for writing topics in-between putting out applications for another job.
So besides this sad tale, what have I been up to? I’ve been raiding.
Back at the start of the year, I decided to get back into World of Warcraft. I found myself in a fairly casual guild doing normal mode progression in the current raid, and this was a time for me to learn my class and improve. Now, after quite a journey, I’m an officer in <Menthol>, a mythic progression guild on the Azuremyst-Staghelm server. Check out our website at mentholwarcraft.com.
I plan on writing content about World of Warcraft, Destiny 2, and general commentary on other aspects of culture and current events. My hope is that I can keep this up, and to find ways to improve my situation outside of the internet sphere. Hopefully, this is the first step on a path of positive change.