Monthly Archive: September 2013

Sep 28

4 Video Games I Want to Play Next

Koalaphant

Rogue Legacy: completed, with longings every now and then to do another run through. Don’t Starve: back in it, with goals to kill a Koalaphant, find the Pig King, and descend into the caves. The Caves: fun, but I’m having trouble with the controls. The characters seem to just keep running. I haven’t played it …

Continue reading »

Sep 26

Why You Should Hire Me to Write Your Content

youre_hired

Blogging for others is my bread and butter. It’s how I’ve made a living and have built my professional reputation over the past few years. If you need content, whether it’s web content, blog posts, eBooks, or white papers, then consider Allison Reilly as an option in getting those things done. Here’s why you should …

Continue reading »

Sep 23

Embracing Being a Night Owl

I do have a 10 a.m. phone interview tomorrow for an incredible marketing position. I’m nervous, partly because I should be in bed now and I haven’t been in bed at this hour for months. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to sleep. I don’t want to be sleep deprived for the interview, since …

Continue reading »

Sep 23

3 Things I Could Do to Come Out of My Comfort Zone

comfort zone and september goals

In a previous post, I discussed how I was supposed to do something that takes me out of my comfort zone. I did that something, but felt like I could have done something more or better. I still feel that way, but I haven’t taken any time since then to think about the risk I …

Continue reading »

Sep 21

Why Blogging is Crucial to Your Personal Online Reputation

blogging online reputation

There’s this notion that blogging is something that only crazy people do, people who want to post pictures of their cat or who have too much time on their hands. Businesses, or very important people, may do it, but its not something that normal people do. This notion needs to change.Everyone, at this point, has …

Continue reading »

Sep 20

My To-Learn List

my to-learn list

That booked I picked up from the library, Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More than Your Peers Ever Will, is turning out to have a lot more value than I originally thought. Although I already have a college degree, the book is full of neat idea on how …

Continue reading »

Sep 20

50 Topics to Write about for the Next 50 Posts

100 blog post ideas

My brain has been mush for several weeks, putting this blog in jeopardy and any other chance I have to build a substantial, professional, worthwhile online presence that could lead to something better down the road. I need to stop dragging my heels when I’m staring at the blank screen, have my mind together, and …

Continue reading »

Sep 19

Why Am I Here?

why am i here

And How to Figure Out Why You’re Here Too I picked up a book from the library called, Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More than Your Peers Ever Will. It’s kind of obvious from the title what it’s about. I’ve read a few snippets here and there, and …

Continue reading »

Sep 17

I’m Giving the Bullet Journal a Shot

I came across this the other day, and it’s genius. So simple, yet so effective at keeping track of everything and being flexible as life comes at you, I’ve only tried it for a day, but I like it so far. It’s way better than having a ton of apps or trying to make a …

Continue reading »

Sep 15

Why It’s Easy to Overeat When Eating Out

And 7 Solutions to Keep Your Appetite in Check My SuperBetter quests to eat healthier have come back, and today’s question is to evaluate why it’s so easy overeat when eating and to come up with solutions to those reasons. For the purpose of this exercise, I’m going to define eating out as actually sitting …

Continue reading »

Older posts «