Pretty sure my work burnout is not because of too much work, but because I'm restricted to only 20 hours of effort that is further restricted exclusively to client project work

Just let me fix the internals of the organization, damnit

Quarantine has helped me figure out that it's not so much that I suck at engaging online, as I find it incredibly draining...

Engaging with a group of strangers for more than 10 minutes is enough to put me off communication for weeks

If you've been wondering where I've been and what I've been working, check this out: keeb.center

I want to love Affinity Designer, but every time I want to do something fancy the answer is always "you're just gonna have to do that yourself"

Pretty sure I just watched one of my lightbulbs crash and reboot. What a world we live in

@Zach Thank you! I'm really excited to finally give back to the community I've been on the periphery of for so long.

I'm opening up a specialty mechanical keyboard store in the next couple months, focusing on screws and standoffs initially. I'm really excited about the variety of products I'll be able to offer—I'll share more details as I get them.

I sure do enjoy Christmas break, known also as extended demotivation time

I'm gradually warming up to Gatsby; I think it's a really interesting framework if you consider it as an extension of GraphQL

Boku no Hero complaints 

I really dislike that each of my favorite artists keep making opening themes for My Hero Academia. First it was Brian the Sun, then it was Yonezu Kenshi, and now it's Sumika. Who's next, Monkey Majik? Frederic? Official HIGE DANdism (this one's pretty likely, tbh)?

I wanted more Americans to appreciate the artists I listen to, but not like this. I feel like I'm slowly getting assimilated into being a BnH fan when I don't care about it at all.

Yikes, leave me alone by myself for 5 minutes and I'll completely plan my next keyboard project

I really want to love my BOX Royal switches, but those Gateron Clears really changed my life

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