When I Broke Skyrim

If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you might know that I’ve been playing a heck of a lot of Skyrim! I’ve had the game for a while, but I like to go back to it every now and then because there is so much to do and so many different builds you can try out!



“Disenchant” is an action you do in Skyrim to learn new magical abilities (enchantments) to add to your weapons and armor. In the process of disenchantment, you destroy the item. (Currently, I think I’m at level 98 out of 100 Enchanting skill in Skyrim!) I’ve been playing a lot of Skyrim for the past few weeks, and I can’t help but think: I am disenchanted with Star Wars: The Old Republic.


Too Many Games, Too Little Time/Energy


My usual game consumption per week involves logging in for my SWTOR operations three or four times a week for about 2.5 hours per session. Filthy casual, right? Sometimes I feel like it’s too little and too much gaming at the same time. I spend a lot of time at work, at the gym, doing housework, taking care of my dogs, and running various other errands. I am so impressed how people can balance their lives around gaming. I’m so tired all the time, and sometimes playing games is more taxing than I’d like when I want to relax. (I’ll expand more about being exhausted all the time when I tell you about my aerial classes in a future blog post!)


I’m Back! Plus a Preview of Future Posts!


At the moment of writing, I’m afraid to see when my last post was. I’m alive! I’m extremely happy. I am still playing SWTOR. I’m sorry for the silence. I should really post here whenever a new episode of Corellian Run Radio is released! I’ll try to get better at that.

A lot has happened since my last post, both in-game and in my personal life, and I haven’t felt like writing or sharing any of it, so here’s a quick preview on what to look forward from me in upcoming blog posts! In chronological order on when the topics (spoiler alert? LOL) in these future posts happened or will happen:

Leveling Up IRL: Joining an Aerial Fitness Gym

When I Cried About My Guild

Becoming a Guild Officer & <Despair> Recruitment

Long Distance Relationship Comes to an End

Social Anxiety & My “First” Strip Club Experience

Going to Disneyworld & Universal Studios!

I’m excited to share with you readers, and I look forward to blogging regularly again!

Book Review: Ready Player One


This past week I read Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. I haven’t read any books in a while, though I used to read for pleasure a lot more when I was in high school and college! Lately when I’ve tried to read, it’s been difficult to concentrate and to get into a novel, but this book made it easy to become engrossed in the story and continue reading until the story was complete.


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