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Where I document my happenings, my life, and my thoughts.

So I just wanted to pop in and say how cool it is that IMVU is doing a superhero themed Instagram challenge.

I have a pose set that has been flying off the shelves because of it. So...thanks IMVU!! :P

Get the pose pack  here !


In other news, there is about a month left of summer vacation then boys go back to school. I'm counting down the days. We've had a lot of fun, but I am ready to get back to work. I don't usually shop during Amazon's prime days, but there was a deal on a computer that I couldn't resist....so, yup, I got a new computer!! I can't wait to break it in!

See you guys soon!

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Memorial day has passed which means we have unofficially started summer! For me that means lots of time outside and traveling with my boys. That also means I will likely be away from my computer for the next 3 months. I just want to wish you guys great summer fun and I will update you if anything significant happens. See you in the fall!



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Well, we finally made it. Spring it here! After a brutal winter the weather is finally getting warmer and the snow melted in a matter of days. My latest PET scan was last week and I'm happy to report another clean bill of health so now I can remain worry free for another few months. I didn't get my next scan scheduled yet, but I think the doc was planning on doing another CT scan in 3 months, then on to another PET 3 months after that, and if this trend continues I think he wants to go to 8 month scans. Finger's crossed!

On to the artsy stuff. I keep saying I'm going to start some sort of schedule, but I keep being thwarted by life. Kids have had a lot of school activities lately and it keeps interrupting my plans. It's not their fault, I just need to readjust my plans, I think. Get up earlier, get done with my work earlier so I can do the stuff I really want to do. Constant headaches don't help either. They're not constant as in every day, but often enough that they interfere a bit. In fact I have one right now. Having an immune or stress response to something always gives me a headache until I can compensate with my hydrocortisone. I think I might have caught my son's cold...but I'm not sure yet. It's just the start of it. Oh and of course spring break is next week. Hopefully the weather holds up and I can send the kiddos outside. I do have a few things planned as well.

I have noticed a surge of subscribers on Youtube which is unexpected. I believe they are mostly coming from Thingiverse where the Pot of Gold print I made last year is getting some attention for St. Patrick's day. Getting closer to 100! :P If you haven't yet, feel free to sub me on Youtube, Twitch, Facebook, and Instagram! I have been doing periodic live streams while working on projects on Twitch and posting tutorial and time-lapse videos on Youtube...and of course pictures of whatever on Instagram and Facebook. Your support is always appreciated!

Well, until the next update, See you around!

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I'm going to assume the answer to this question is yes. There are a lot of benefits to working from home, work life balance being the number one reason. Disadvantages are more along the lines of a lack of work and lower pay, but some of these jobs actually pay pretty well.

I started researching work from home jobs at the beginning of this year when I finally felt comfortable enough to move on from my cancer. I initially thought of getting back out there with a traditional job, maybe start bartending again, but my biggest concern was whether or not the cancer would come back and I would have to loose out on pay or even leave the job completely. I also have gotten very comfortable being home with the kids, especially during the summer. I guess I didn't want to lose that freedom. I still do IMVU, but I also needed to make more money to start paying down my medical bills. Unless you put a lot of time into it, artsy crafty stuff can only get you so far. Now I have a guaranteed hourly paycheck.

I know people are always looking to make an extra buck so I decided to compile everything I have found into one list. All of these sites are legit places to work. I have not personally worked on a lot of these because they just didn't seem that interesting to me but currently I work on Clickworker, Amazon Turk, Appen, and Prolific so I can definitely answer any questions about those There are also a lot of resources you can find online for the other projects. Reddit is a great resource in finding out what people think of online work.

So here it is, my list of legit work from home jobs: 


Click Work (general tasks)

Data Entry

Risk Analyst


Test Scoring

Transcription Jobs

Virtual Assistants

Website Testing


I am also in search of more 3D creator/developer type sites to put my work on. I have been on IMVU a long time and I know there are many more. Message me if you know a couple and I can add that to my list. This is my current list.


Content Creating



Any questions or comments feel free to email me or comment below!



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That's just click bait, BTW. My computer has not been hacked. But I have been receiving spam emails from my own email account that say my computer has been hacked. Because it is damn annoying, I decided to take this opportunity to talk about phishing emails. Here is a copy of the emails I have been receiving:


I'm a member of an international hacker group.
As you could probably have guessed, your account *email account here* was hacked, because I sent message you from your account.
Now I have access to all your accounts! For example, your password for *email account here*: ********
Within a period from July 30, 2018 to October 9, 2018, you were infected by the virus we've created, through an adult website you've visited. So far, we have access to your messages, social media accounts, and messengers. Moreover, we've gotten full damps of these data.
We are aware of your little and big secrets...yeah, you do have them. We saw and recorded your doings on porn websites. Your tastes are so weird, you know..
But the key thing is that sometimes we recorded you with your webcam, syncing the recordings with what you watched! I think you are not interested show this video to your friends, relatives, and your intimate one...
Transfer $800 to our Bitcoin wallet: 1GdegtNpYcvoCPsMmyiSkZARDdAmYuXGXU If you don't know about Bitcoin please input in Google "buy BTC". It's really easy.
I guarantee that after that, we'll erase all your "data" :)
A timer will start once you read this message. You have 48 hours to pay the above-mentioned amount. Your data will be erased once the money are transferred. If they are not, all your messages and videos recorded will be automatically sent to all your contacts found on your devices at the moment of infection.
You should always think about your security.
We hope this case will teach you to keep secrets.
Take care of yourself.

I removed the email address and password from the above email to prevent any further spam to pop up in my account, but the email account listed in this email is my own.

Now my first knee jerk reaction was that my computer did, in fact, have a virus. I do visit a lot of iffy sites for one of my jobs. The password listed is also a password I use and use frequently, but the reason I use that password a lot is because it's a throw-away password. I only use it for sites I really don't care about. It is certainly not the password I use for that particular email account. Actually, I have a different password for every account I own and I have my more frequently visited sites memorised and the less visited ones written down in my handy dandy notebook. This is a good practice to keep in case one of your passwords is compromised. That way all of your accounts aren't compromised, just the one. So it is quite possible I signed up on one of them "I don't care" websites and that is where these guys got the password. And just to be safe, I did run a boot time scan on my computer. I hadn't run one in a while so it wasn't a terrible idea.

Now back to these "helpful" fellows sending me an email from my account. It is actually quite easy to spoof an email. Just about anyone can do it. I assumed this was pretty common knowledge, but I guess not common enough. I did a little sleuthing to see how many people fell for this little scam. Do you want to take a wild guess?

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