Reminder to Self: Learn Sign Language

In this vlog, I talk about a failure of communication that happened at a job fair that our agency put up. As a result of this experience, a goal that I set out to do when I was younger came rushing into my memories.

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The Despair That I Don’t Want to Reach

I worry for my sanity.

As a highly-competitive person, I don’t want to feel unaccomplished. Specifically, I don’t want to get to the point where I have not attained what I set out to accomplish. It feels like I have made yet another mistake in deciding how I would “get there”. Instead of moving close to where it is, it feels like I’ve deviated from my intended path without knowing it.

I think that if I will never be accomplished in life like I have planned, I will lose it.

I worry about the time.

It feels like I’m running out of it. Worse, I’m starting to feel like I don’t have it anymore. It’s like I’ve reached the limit for what I can attain, career-wise, and that I should now be “settling in”.

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The Aspirations

Are as comfortable in front of a camera as behind one? Being written about, as well as writing?

Photographers, artists, poets: show us DISCOMFORT.

—from Daily Prompt: Tables Turned | The Daily Post

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Either way is fine for me, but I actually prefer to be the subject.

I am vain.

I do everything in my power to look the very best that I can. I am conscious of my face: wrinkles, wrinkle lines, pimples, pimple scars, sun spots, general scars, moles, warts, blackheads. I wage war against facial blemishes.

I am also conscious of how my body looks. I am still in the process of shedding off extra body fat in order to bring out my abs. I want to show off a well-toned and tight physique as soon as possible. To achieve this, I eat less carbohydrates; eat more fruits, veggies, and low-sugar & low-fat drinks; and incrementally increase my protein intake.

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Goodbye, niche blogs!

I’ve decided to merge future blog posts from my two other blogs, Fat-Loss Odyssey and Communications Odyssey, into my main blog: Recis Dempayos. It’s getting to be a drag having to maintain three blogs at the same time. I’m just too busy these days.

Now, the reason why I started other blogs beside my main blog (I had other ones before, by the way, a poetry and a gaming blog), was to ensure that I blogged on a niche or broad topic that interests me. Take for example, Fat-Loss Odyssey. I made it to publish my thoughts and past experiences on being fat, losing the fat, and maintaining and attaining my goals for my physique. I thought it was a broad topic to include in my main blog, so I created a dedicated blog for it.

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How I Think Others Perceive Me

Many of us think of our lives as boringly normal, while others live the high life. Take a step back, and take a look at your life as an outsider might. Now, tell us at least six unique, exciting, or just plain odd things about yourself.

via Daily Prompt: Far From Normal | The Daily Post

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There’s the saying that goes, “Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are.” As such, the following perceptions of who I am, apart from how I perceive myself, are based on how I think my friends perceive who am I. Confusing? It’s the application of empathy for the purpose of  self-discovery and affirmation, though not completely accurate. 🙂

Ergo, Recis Dempayos is:

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