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Site Under Construction; Meanwhile, Work's Back to Normal


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So just a couple of new things. I am currently not posting since work is slowly starting to get the best of me. But that doesn't mean I'm not writing. In fact, you could say I've been writing way more than I've ever been in the last six years.

Meanwhile, yes. I'm also changing some of the things in this blog again. One of the things that has been contributing to the stress I get from work is the fact that I am, as Maddox puts it, staring at a light bulb for the better part of a day. This is why my mobile phone and my computer are both currently sporting reversed colors. I'm hoping that this makes staring at a screen for hours on end easier on my eyes.

But having said that, I also don't want to force the scant few people who visit my blog to look at a light bulb whilst browsing through my brain kibble. So I'm transitioning from an on-paper theme to a much darker theme. I'm also fixing some of the links in the navigation bar up top. Unfortunately, that also means that I have to figure out a specific set of labels for my posts (because Blogger doesn't support nav breadcrumbs, as far as I know).

And since I'm back to working from home, I suppose it's time to resurrect the modern office idea I had a while back. That should be one of the things I'll be working on as I go along. Also, my fiction *groan*

Anyway, that's it for now. Thanks for sticking with reading my shit, you guys. Let me know if there's anything specific you'd like to see me feature in the future, and I'll try to see if I can make room for it. Just...no politics please. I'm sick of that. :(

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