Anonymous asked: How do you know you're doing the right thing?
uhhhh well I mean that’s almost entirely dependent on the context of the situation. I can certainly give you more advice off of anon.
This is a very tough question to answer just like this, because in some cases what feels right might be very very wrong, you know? And the option that seems to suck the most is actually probably the best one.
I know what tends to help me is looking at things more long-term than short-term. Will this thing be best for you for now or will it be the best thing for you in the long run? Usually you want it to be the latter.
I’m going to do a radio show on the emo scene and screamo music of the early-mid 2000s. I’ve been doing a lot of research (read: listening to screamo) and it’s been really taking me back.
I’m also going to talk a lot about myspace and stuff like that.
What are/were your faves so I don’t miss them?
Just a reminder to get your favourite bands in! And keep in mind this show is going to be highly critical of the scene as well.
Hi, I'm Pat. I'm from Ontario. I'm a recent graduate (English Lit, hell yeah) and I currently co-edit a newspaper. I blog mostly about anime, books (usually contemporary stuff), video games (rarely), music, the arts, etc. etc. Some more serious stuff usually finds its way in there too. I write and take photos too so sometimes I share that. Usually the latter more than the former. Some have called me the saddest boy in the world and, yeah, that seems right, except for the reliance on binary gender.