TIP #21: Out with the Old, In with the New

I talk about what’s happened in 2018 and how I hope to improve myself in 2019. I talk about what I hope is going to happen this year and how I am proud of myself about what I’ve accomplished on a personal level last year. I have high hopes for the future and I won’t let myself down.

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TIP #20: Introduction (Jan 2019)

Are you new to my podcast? Have you missed quite a few episodes and you need to be caught up with the major stuff? Listen to this. If you don’t need any catching up, just skip this one.

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Lamer Gamers Podcast

I wanted to take the opportunity to tell you guys that a few friends back home have started a podcast about gaming, and you should really listen to it. In fact, that’s what I’m listening to right this second. Good stuff. It makes me miss the episodes I used to record with my best friend. I love gaming and I know a lot of you out there love it too. I want to encourage them to keep going and keep it up!

Anyway, if you’re still confused, I’ll repost their about information for you:

“We are both full-grown adults with graying hair and failing backs that are actively trying to balance our gaming life with married life, work life, personal skilled life, and more while retaining our sanity. Our goal is to put out a one hour show once or twice a month that you can sneak on your lunch break or on the go that will hopefully keep you entertained enough to keep fighting the good fight against the daily grind, the man, or even Ganondorf if need be!”

If you’d like to listen, you can do so from the player below or you can visit their SoundCloud page.

TIP #19: Holidaze

Happy Holidays! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

I give you updates about my mental health and getting back into the swing of things out of necessity. My partner isn’t around and I miss him—and I get a little jealous sometimes of his family. I also talk a little bit about getting him to stay here with me. I talk about why my holiday spirit is in the toilet and some lady picked me up at the grocery store… and I went home with her.

It took a few times to record this, but finally got it down. I actually recorded this today. Wow.

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TIP #17: Therapeutic

This was supposed to be my “Happy Thanksgiving” episode, but I’ve been in a bit of a rough spot lately. I talk about a few of the problems I’m having, how I’m struggling to deal with those problems mentally and emotionally, how I’m planning to deal with these problems, and also, to say a few thanks. I get a little bit emotional during this.

As of this posting, I’m doing okay. Not incredibly great, but talking over things helped a bit. I just want to say a big thank you to those of you who have been listening. Really, I thank you.

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TIP #15: Ghostly Encounters

I talk about some of the scary stuff (shadows, Ouija boards, etc) that’s happened to me since I was really young up until now. I also talk about how seeing people who have passed away in my dreams is not a sad occasion (most of the time), and my fascination for cemeteries.

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Hi Again, Nick!

Every so often, people message me asking about Nick Thomas. They ask me whether I’ve talked to him or have seen him online, and well, I haven’t really interacted with him in a long time. Every so often, I just check back to see if anything has been updated on his site or podcast site and I was surprised this morning to see that he’s back to podcasting.

In one of his podcast episodes he talked about coming back to podcasting (everybody needs a break) and about Hurricane Irma. So if you’ve missed him, make sure you catch up. I will admit that I haven’t. I hardly listen to any podcasts anymore because I don’t have much time for them, but eventually I will get around to it.

If you haven’t listened to him before, Nick pretty much tells it how it is. It’s basically a personal journal type podcast about his life as a gay man in Alabama. Things can get a little, um, “exciting” if you know what I mean.

If you come across this, Nick, I just want to say hello! Welcome back, mate.