My online name is Sapphire. I'm a programmer, scout, student and friend. 🐺I enjoy meditation, camping, programming, dreaming up new ideas/projects and experiencing this wonderful thing called life. 🐺I'm a currently recovering fapstronaut and 152 days. 🐺Finally, if you know who I am in really life, don't mention this blog. I do my best work when I don't know who's reading.



Hey! Happy Thursday!
I had a awesome but tiring day. I end up accidentally deleting an app, I still don’t know how I managed it, but I really wasn’t at all upset. I reinstalled and went on with my life. Nothing catastrophic happened at all. You know, sometimes I believe it would be so freeing to just let go of all the things that I’ve amassed in life, just start back at zero. Have enough money to get the essentials and work your way back from there. However, life’s not like that, and for reasons that I know aren’t valid, I’m still keeping data and old backups on my computer because I believe someday that I may end up needing them or that I’ll miss out somehow.

Maybe during the summer I’ll address this fear of accidentally deleting something that you don’t need in the 1 in the billion chance that you actually do need it ten years from now. Even then, I can only list two things that I may need 10 years from now. My resume and associated documents and my password manager, everything else I could just drop and never really worry about in the future. Maybe write an application that deletes fills that haven’t been touched for more than a year and deletes them silently. Since if I know what is being deleting I’m really likely to invent an excuse to hold onto it. But it would need some sort of way of specifying a small amount of files (less than ten) that are keepers regardless of when they were last opened.

So today is my second last day of school for this semester and I’m beginning the understand the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus part 1 and 2 which is really good!

I’m mentally exhausted so I’m done with writing any more today.

Finally as an afterthought, I'm getting to bogged down into designing my webbased ui for my application. I realized just now that I can get a functioning UI to market and at a later time perhaps work with a UI consultant or webdevelopers to design the frontend of the UI so that it looks presentable and stop wasting time on something that I'm not good at.

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