Joined 4 years ago
I have been called smart, but lazy. This is because I tended to not apply myself from K - 12 when I felt I deserved to be in more advanced courses. Maybe I should have been in vocational courses. However, I do enjoy proving skeptical people wrong, advancing my skills in challenges that most deemed close to impossible, and performing personal researches on topics from obscure to somewhat popular. I love studying the origins of world culture and studying subjects such as why do some women continue to use toxic beauty products.
From Full Sail University to AIU, I enjoy appying art and science to business to support business leaders as well as my own business endeavors with the idea that art always comes first. That being said, my articles may very well consist of various topics.
Welcome to my page. My name is Nathaniel, and I invite you to explore the many depths of my mind.
19 months ago
You might have Seasonal Affective Disorder but won't admit it. This article is just for you. Take a hypothetical look into what it is, for educational purposes, and how a person may treat it.
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