Internal Processor (Or “My Life In Graphs”)

Doodles, Everyday

In light of my last post, I’ve been thinking more about the way I think. Most of the time my brain works like a computer, inputting data from the outside world, compartmentalizing people and places, and spitting out “solutions” to my daily tasks. I often call my brain my “internal processor.” It’s just how I think. So, I decided to present to you a bit of my life in the way I tend to see the world: in graphs and charts. Enjoy:






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The Cake Coefficient


I’m working on a rudimentary theory that if you take something that is either boring or upsetting and add baked goods it becomes better. My case:

Stress sucks. But stress-baking? Awesome.

Sleep-walking is annoying. Sleep-baking? Awesome.

Class is lame. Baking class? Awesome.

Birthdays are fun. Birthday cake? Awesome.

Walking is boring. Cake walk? Awesome.

Cups are lame. Cupcakes? Awesome.

Pans are useful. Pancakes? Awesome.

Fights are hurtful. Cake fights? Awesome.


Milk is okay. Milk and cookies? Awesome.

Cookies are nice. Cookie cakes? Awesome.

Funerals are sad. Funeral cakes? Okay, my theory might end here.

Or does it?