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Homage to Kanye West – A Train of Thought

Sometimes, late at night, I can be very creative and thoughtful. It seems like all of a sudden everything including its cause is so clear. If you and I have a real relationship you have probably received some late night texts from me, that can be good or bad – depends on our vibe. Often I suddenly understand the type of relationship somebody and I have and finally find the code to something that can be very hard for me – human interaction.
I'm an analytical person, yet I'm very emotional when something sparks my fire. I get protective and I fight for the person and I try my best to make the other person feel better. I'll cheer them up, show them their strengths and make them recognize them.
On other nights, my thoughts don't affect me at all. I analyze any type of things: marketing campaigns, marketing moves, how companies work. Any type of stuff. I'm interested in quite a bunch of things without being a nerd about it. It appeals to me tho.
Tonight it's Kanye W…

maybe yes, maybe nah


a whole lotta time has passed and I still know the password to this quite cheap looking site which doesn't even have a real domain.
But honestly? Does anyone actually care how things look, when it's about reading what was written there?
I don't really think so. I mean pictures with cool content but shitty quality are enjoyed, too. Right?

Well, looks like I will get back to writing a bit more. Or at least more often. Looks like... we don't know. Everyone knows how moody I am and how I change my mind quite often often when it comes to everything but work. Sure I’ve changed quite a couple employers throughout the past and now I‘m freelancing again. But the thing is, every step I’ve made was an upgrade. From being in a better professional position to establish myself and my own “brand”. I’ve started as an intern, became an online & print editor, then got an offer for a position in PR of two relevant retailers. Took my decision to leave because things were changing …