Almos Bechtold Leave behind your fears and start running towards the thing that scares you. Because when you start to get too comfortable that’s when you’re going to end up unhappy wondering if there is something more out there. Leave behind the past because nothing is going to change there and the more you keep…
There was an article that we found on wordpress by an individual. It managed to cause up quite a stir. Well this was a short and concise response to ignorance
-You can be funny and kind or funny and cruel. The second one is easier, but the first one is worth it.
-Dip the french fry in the Frosty. Go on, try it.
-Habit is a powerful force we forget about until it’s turned against us. Be careful which ones you create.
-You will remember the most embarrassing crap you do in your life forever and in perfect clarity. Everyone else will remember the kindest things you do. It all comes out in the wash.
-If you’re doing a remote podcast, it’s worth it to record audio locally and mix it together. Trust me on this one.
-You’re the only one who can let go of your grudges. It’s worth it, I promise. They’re not doing you any good.
-Doing the good, brave, kind things can feel silly if you let your internal critic get in the way. Reminder: No…
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How charming, the idea of turning yourself into a comic version of yourself. How effortless to plonk yourself into a two-dimensional world of flat colour where you can live out your fantasies.
“Instant comics and cards starring YOU and your friends (capitals mine).” That’s what greets you when you open the Bitstrip app. In this case, the word that trumps ‘instant’ is the word ‘you.’ In fact, the one thing this app does well is pander to your need to be the star of your own TV show. But since that’s way too expensive and Youtube isn’t for everyone who doesn’t emanate Ryan-Higa-like energy, a comic is the next best thing.
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