I'll be the first to admit it, finding motivation these days is almost impossible. I love to write, but not having much to write about on here made it hard for me to do so. For the past few months I've been finding myself sitting at my computer every morning for hours on Linked In, … Continue reading Feeling More Accomplished During a Pandemic (Not the Easiest)
Let's be honest - 2020 was the absolute most unpredictable, craziest year of all of our lives. For a moment, let's stop and look back at the year that was in sports. Where do I even begin? 2020, sports wise, was a year of unpredictability - the world stopped, lives were changed and priorities shifted. … Continue reading 2020 Sports Awards: The Game, Athlete and Achievement of the Year
Everyone loves The Office, that's undeniable (and if you don't then you may be the problem). However, I've come to the conclusion that I must be watching a different show than everyone else in the entire world because whenever I mention my favorite/least favorite characters to anyone, they think I'm crazy. As someone who has … Continue reading ‘The Office’: Unpopular Character Rankings
It has been a week since the brutal murder of George Floyd was etched into every American’s brains. Since then, protests and social activism have taken precedent over COVID concerns or day-to-day activities. Everybody processed, or is still processing, the murder of George Floyd differently. News flash: I am a straight, white, (handsome) man. I … Continue reading BLACK LIVES MATTER
Failure is a part of life. Sometimes we experience major failure that we learn from and it ends up defining serious aspects of our lives. Other times we experience failure that is comedic relief for our future selves that we look back on and think “what the ...”. For me, I feel like I have … Continue reading Failure, But Kinda Funny.
Dear Class of 2020, Everybody has a story. Some are simple, a successful four years of college and then moving on. Some are a long road, full of different stops, transferring schools, and changing directions along the way. Some stories are ones of pure grit - students who never gave up, no matter how many … Continue reading A Letter to the Class of 2020
This blog will be about my various conundrums while attempting to enjoy Wawa. However, I will start it out with a very academic and highly intelligent look at its far-inferior competitor, Sheetz. Enjoy. Going to school in Bumblefuck, Pennsylvania introduced me to a new enemy in my life: Sheetz. I’ll be honest, I may have … Continue reading I Have a Couple Bones to Pick with Wawa
DISCLAIMER: I wrote this entire blog and then it deleted without saving. I am now restarting it and I am heated. Enjoy. I know what you’re thinking: who is this fucking creepo in the Paddy hat and what could he possibly know about anything? Well, you bring up two very valid questions that I have … Continue reading Your Definitive Guide to Quarantine
Hi. I’ll make this short and sweet (Actually, no I won’t). I really love to write. Ever since I was little, I always just wrote down anything and everything. Probably because I have so many thoughts that scramble around in my brain, writing all of it down helps relieve the dizziness. I also really enjoy … Continue reading Welcome to My Subconscious
SAYREVILLE, N.J. - Social distancing may have stopped a lot of things in my life, but it's also given me the time to work on projects that I've been passionate about. Welcome to Villen Media, yeah .. it's one of those projects. You may be wondering just what Villen Media even means, so I'll explain. … Continue reading Villen Media is HERE!