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psychology/ mindset, The Rest / 07.11.2019

Hi everyone, if you're reading this, I appreciate you. I haven't worked on this blog for almost 3 months. I started school up again this semester to finish my civil engineering degree, which has been keeping me busy. But the main reason this blog has been dead is because of my procrastination. For 3 years I've had the dream of developing and running a blog. But, this has only been a pipe dream- It's now or never. If I don't put at least a little bit of work in this...

Books, psychology/ mindset, Writing / 05.08.2019

Reading to Succeed Online At first, making money online seems like an impossible task. For example, over the course of two years (December 2017-December 2019) I self-published 17 ebooks on Kindle. All in all, these first 17 books made me less than $100! All the ebooks I've published are at least 3000 words, so that means I wrote 60,000 words for pennies. After a lot of trial and error I'm finally starting to make at least $200/ month from Kindle, but it was discouraging to only be making a buck or...

Kindle, Writing / 14.07.2019

Creation and Coffee Like most Americans, I like to start my morning with a cup of coffee (and a couple supplements).  I usually make coffee at home with some milk and cinnamon (stabilizes blood sugar to prevent caffeine crashes). A lot of times I go to Starbucks to get coffee.  In fact, when I’m not working on eBay or Amazon stuff, you’ll probably find me at Starbucks writing.  I feel like a stereotypical millenial for writing on my Mac laptop at Starbucks. But there’s a reason this cliche exists- it's a nice place...

psychology/ mindset / 19.05.2019

What is Rumination? Rumination is an obsessive focus on things that bother you.    And it can be about anything.  I've researched rumination a good bit, and heard somewhere that it becomes a chronic problem when we're trying to get closure on an event that has passed. But, as you know, it's impossible to go back and get a different outcome on something. And so this rumination habit becomes a self-sustaining cycle. Another big reason I ruminate is when something challenges my identity I try to rationalize why it happened, and the story becomes...

How to, Kindle, Self-publishing, Writing / 08.05.2019

The Benefits of Writing If you want to make money online, writing is the most lucrative of all pursuits. Personally, I love selling clothing on eBay and used books on Amazon. But writing is becoming my main focus for a few reasons. For one, when I want to list something on eBay I have to go to Goodwills, thrift stores, or yard sales to find things like glasses, and old electronics to flip. [caption id="attachment_633" align="alignnone" width="438"] I got it for $5 at a yard sale last weekend. I'm selling it for $87...