1. Tamz
    February 8, 2017 @ 4:50 pm

    I also would like to get a remote job one day. It does not have to be remote every day but for certain days it would be nice. Don’t have to hassle with traffic, this and that. In fact, I think a remote job can be an argument for being more environment friendly (Less use of car, less use of gas..haha). It is also flexible, you can attend to a sick family member while still doing your job. My coworker did that when he had some family emergency.

    Code pen is awesome especially if you have a big screen! I learned about it while watching online lessons at Shaw Academy. It’s nice to see your webpage right away instead of refreshing your browser all the time.
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    • Adri
      February 8, 2017 @ 10:06 pm

      Yup, agreed on the remote job on all points and with CodePen. But, for the remote job, my original reason was so I can be more at home and be with my dad, who will be going through his first chemo next week. The pills prescribed to him isn’t as effective, so now he would have to go through this. My mom is a breast cancer survivor, and had to go through chemo also back in the early 2010s, but now she’s the one taking care of him. There are at times where I wanted to quit my job just so I can be here, but both parents did not want me to repeat my life back in the early 2010s (when I was unemployed), so to speak. So now, I’m really working hard to get to that dream remote job, whatever that may be.
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  2. Mikari
    February 9, 2017 @ 3:09 pm

    lol if you call it a reader insert then it won’t be a Mary Sue XD

    707 ????????????????????

    I can relate, my dad’s health is changing too because of his age.

    Speaking of code, I wrote that tutorial we talked about, I’ll send you a link on twitter.


    • Adri
      February 10, 2017 @ 7:55 pm

      God Seven (Zero Seven), Defender of Justice, is in the house! <3 The fanfic that I read about him was in the second person POV ("you" instead of some person's name or "she"), which I think is a lot fitting. You notice how whenever I talk about him on Twitter, I always say "you" instead of "me"? LOL.

      Great job on the tutorial by the way. I hope everyone who is able to see it can benefit and learn from it. No credit required LOL but a mention would be nice. ;)

      My dad is hanging there, but the coughing is becoming a lot more unbearable for him, so much that we can't tell whether it was his lungs or if it's just standard coughing. :(
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