This marks the first post and bet of my challenge. To reiterate, the aim is to turn £10 into £1000 (I may decide to cash out part or all of my money at any point during the challenge). 177 more words
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There’s nothing better than taking everything you learned in school, and applying it to a $20 budget and a 4 person crew (Including the actors). Who needs 500 watt durable lights when you have uncontrollable 150 watt can-lights from home depot that constantly fall off of whatever they’re attached to? 181 more words
Step One: We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.
Step One is a paradox for me. On one level, it is the simplest, least threatening and most self-evident of the steps, and on another level, it is terrifying and oppressive. 1,680 more words
Do I need to simply do things, and not necessarily tough things, in order to be validated? And does cleaning the garage count? I mean, there’s definitely a surge of satisfaction that accompanies accomplishment, but isn’t making a list and checking things off it a form of control? 260 more words