Not a picture from Outer Worlds 2. Photo by Mathew Schwartz on Unsplash

I’m not going to do that irritating thing where I make you scroll to the bottom of the page to find the link. If you haven’t seen the trailer for Outer Worlds 2 yet, don’t delay a second further and check it out here.

Although there’s a whole lotta games being talked about at E3 this week (such as Halo Infinite, a new Age of Empires, and the possibility of an Elder Scrolls 6 trailer), I’m not sure there is going to be anything better that comes out of the event than the promo Obsidian just released for Outer Worlds…


How to reframe your attitude about life’s little (and big) difficulties

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Life is hard. There’s no denying it.

When you’re a child, you think there must be some point in the future where life won’t be so hard anymore. You assume it happens when you’re finally an adult and have freedom at your fingertips, when you are in charge of your own destiny.

But life really doesn’t work out that way, does it? It has a way of throwing curveballs at you. As your responsibilities grow, so do the number of ways things could go wrong. …


If clutter is lurking around every corner, use this simple three step process to get your spaces back under control

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Ah, springtime. Time to set those clocks forward, put away the winter clothes, and start some good ol’ fashioned spring cleaning.

Yuck.

Every year, I have all the best intentions to dust off my copy of “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” and get to work on all the nooks and crannies of my house. And every year, I go through one or two drawers and proclaim it “good enough” as I bolt outside to enjoy the sunshine.

This past year has given me plenty of time for reflection, however, and I’ve recently learned a fresh way to tackle the clutter…

Emily Gray

Longtime ghostwriter for other bloggers and self-help publications, newtime ghostwriter for myself. https://sites.google.com/view/thewriteremilygray/home

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