The times can get depressing, but only if you allow your present circumstances to keep you from making progress with or without a job at the moment. That’s where reading comes into play. For every job, recently that I have gotten, 2015, and 2018, years that I worked for 6 months to a year, I was a law student studying reading heavily and writing papers, or I went to Amazon Book Store Century City and bought 10 books and read them all. All of these things prepare you for working in the workforce, and going back to work, which is the hardest part, after taking a break from working. Keep your sleep patterns, regular, and make sure to get your rest, and adequate exercise, and don’t binge eat too much on cheap food, I just quit fast food, that was a long unnecessary addiction, as a self-professed everyday runner. I guess the whole defend McDonalds in the face of the book “Fast Food Nation” was a bad idea, afterall. That’s okay, save money, but not when it comes to your diet, really try to eat healthy foods, its better to spend the money on good food, than to waste money on going out, dating, cigarettes, and fast food. These are things you learn later in life once put on a tight budget. That you can only spend what you have, and if you want to go shopping everyday, don’t skimp yourself out on the food department, that’s a really big mistake, health wise. Reading for me is really challenging, not something I have ever found easy, in fact on standardized exams, I get lower scores on the reading comprehension passages, but higher scores in sections like arguments and games. But I have enjoyed free reading new to it, used to only read what was assigned to me in school, but now as I am getting older, I kind of have to choose my own curriculum, and decide what to study, 2013 was all about watching CSPAN everyday, and learning everyones names, that’s was fun to familiarize myself with government figures, and election processes, and the importance of voting, and how laws are made, it’s a really complicated process, and takes a lot of volunteer work, and fundraising in order to ensure that the publics health is responded to and our present concerns, something I became very passionate about as a law student, leaving law school to fly to DC for two weeks, to help make a positive difference, and share from my perspective what I know, how I have been doing, and what the environment around me was like. That I think is helpful, but not necessary, sometimes its hard to check into normal, its not like a hotel you can go to, and leave feeling like a different person more normal, sometimes it takes hard working, such as reading, and learning, and furthering your education, to get that “normal” sense of confidence back when it comes to your thinking, while being mindful of others sense of peace too. Not everything that’s a emergency to you, for you to understand, will be something that everyone else is into, like how company names are made, and the present condition of an industries integrity and pride and who has been affected, stuff like that no one really writes about, but its stuff we all think about, hopefully not to the extent that we become bothered by what people think, or why things are made, and turn on systems of support, because they couldn’t be more perfect, or because of a negative interpretation of how ideas were used to promote whos and what types of interests, you’re only as left out in life, as you allow yourself to be, why its so important to read the news everyday, and by reading the news everyday, that’s how you stay feeling apart of, and by the news, able to assemble, and put together things, you notice overtime, patterns, and hopefully become a better more wise decision maker, as a result of having a better understanding of how the world works, and be in it.
 Amazon Book Writing Inc. (Book #1)
 Keidi Keating (Book #2)
 Torah Bontrager (Blog Advice)