The Best Chrome Alternative: How I Switched to Arc Browser and Organized Everything

For the past few months, my husband has kept recommending me the Arc browser, and let me tell you, I wasn’t looking forward to trying it. Switching to a new browser is a lot of work, and I’m lazy. But last week, we had a long weekend, and I was curious to see what all the fuss was about, so I decided to give it a go. I recorded the whole process, from downloading the app to organizing everything. It turned out to be more like a reaction video than an app review video; I hope you find it fun to watch. (...)

What to do when you don’t fit in?

When there’s nothing left to talk and sort out, or you don’t have the energy or desire to do that, and you are ? this close to losing your shit, there’s no time to wait. You just walk away. You write down everything on your mind and cry it out. You don’t have to wait for a panic attack to make a decision. You should trust your gut and leave. If this is about a relationship that has come to an end, this song may calm you down. You need a pet, a friend, or anyone to hug. You need someone or something that can keep you out of the loop. It’s very hard to let things go without a support system, but even if you don’t have close ones around you, you have yourself. There’s enough strength within you. (...)

Taking a break from reading made me more productive

God, it’s so hot in here at home. I need an air conditioner, but they always make me sick. So I’m trying to cope with the heat, but it’s not going well. I should at least buy a mini fan or something, but I’m sure it’ll be October until I decide on the brand. Anyhow, this is not the topic of this post. A month ago or something, I realized I don’t have the time for the things I wanted to create, such as to get back into blogging again, YouTube, to start a podcast series… This led me to question the things I do daily. Why didn’t I have the time? How would some people have the time for side projects and I didn’t? I decided to make a list of the things I do daily. (...)

The first post that I started writing while waiting at the dentist

I have been procrastinating for over two weeks to start writing this post. But since I’m waiting for my dentist to call me in, I don’t have a better thing to do. It’s already half an hour past my appointment time, so that can happen anytime. Did you ever feel like not being able to do anything because something specific will happen soon? That’s just how I’m feeling right now. But, if not now, when? If not me, who, right? (...)