If you haven’t heard of or used Kroger’s newClickList service, you’ve been missing out. I say this as someone who isn’t getting paid to endorse Kroger’s ClickList. While the service is still in beta, you can use it now. Continue reading →
Many people dream of making an indie film. Whether it is a small project just for fun with friends, or done with the intentions of getting recognized by Hollywood execs and living happily ever after in the Hills…there are a Continue reading →
The time is near. One week away, to be exact. National Novel Writing Month (affectionately referred to as “NaNoWriMo”) begins on Wednesday, November 01st, 2017, and writers everywhere are freaking out.
It’s 7:50 a.m., and the classroom is empty. As students wearing pajama pants begin to shuffle in with cups of coffee, it becomes clear that no one is really awake. The question is: How can you be academically successful if Continue reading →
I spent this past weekend doing something I have a serious love/hate relationship with: managing my “gaming station.” I have what I would call a “franken’puter,” meaning it is a mess of parts from all over the place. Some new, Continue reading →
The Dealer’s room has to be the most visited place at the convention, it’s where you can find imported goods such as plushies, wall scrolls, food, and more. In this article we are going to take a behind the scenes Continue reading →
One of the best investments that you can make as both an amateur and a professional photographer is to purchase a green screen. A whole new plethora of possibilities open up once you have a green screen, from plain backgrounds Continue reading →
Everyone out there has at least one New Year’s Resolution, and I can’t bet that at least one of them has to do with spending more time relaxing! What better way to relax in a way you can express your nerdy self and make something all new? I’m going to talk about nerdy crafts anyone can take up and make tons of nerdy goodies!
In my post last week, I introduced you all to the wonderful world of MySpace Retro. Toted on even Google as “The Old MySpace”, MySpace Retro sought to take things back to the 2009-era classic MySpace. It featured profile songs, Continue reading →
While planners are often considered something your mom might use, bullet journaling is a system you can alter to be just the way you want it. In this series, I’ll be giving examples on how the bullet journal can work for any and every nerd. This post will be discussing some of the basics about what bullet journaling is, and how it can help with one of the most basic nerdy ways.
We all remember the good old days of MySpace. It is where a lot of us learned basic HTML for coding our blinged out profiles. It is where a lot of us found our favourite bands via the site’s music players. It is where we laughed as we caused turmoil throughout our friend groups by changing the order of our Top 8 on a weekly basis.
Angela Nicole is a published novelist and YouTuber from Louisville, Kentucky. Her third novel, Down The River, is slated for release Spring 2018. In her free time, she can be found working out or listening to music. You can follow her ramblings at Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Are you like most people, and have come up with a bunch of new year’s resolutions you aren’t sure you’ll keep? Well, Habitica can help you start the new year right and keep on those tasks and on your way to your goals!