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A list of all the "social media" that I participate in.

A desk with a lamp, coffee maker, and a laptop.

If you happened to be curious where most of this is typed from. I present you a picture of my desk/work-area. Which contains a few items I have obtained over the years. (now comes the shameless afilliate links plugs.)

My fantastic tiny coffee maker: https://amzn.to/34XGawT I got this late last month (As of 10/14/2020.) It has been super nice to have my own coffee maker here in my dorm (The coffee that they serve in the cafeteria tastes not too different than water.)

The storage compartment fits nicely underneath the brew-head. It holds 9 Keurig pods pretty snugly. (This turns out to be about a 4 days worth of coffee in it. Depending on how many days I decide to drink two cups. :P) I haven't tried to fit any more than that as of 10/14/2020.

The water storage compartment holds an OK amount of water. Obviously not as much as the giant Keurig behemoth my parents have at home. Usually, I just grab a bottle of water and pour half of it into the reservoir and that's enough to fill my mug up for the morning.

My somewhat reliable coffee mug. https://amzn.to/3nTjQNJ It probably needs a good washing right now. My grandma gave me this for Christmas one year. I haven't stopped using it since.

I don't just use it for coffee! It's my everywhere cup. It keeps cold stuff cold and hot stuff hot. Perfect for almost any use-case. But, most of the time I just use it as my normal every-day coffee mug.

There have been a few times the "keeping hot stuff hot" thing hasn't worked out too well. Once, a few days after I had the mug. I brewed a fresh cup of coffee. Put the lid on the mug and left to go do something for 30 mins. or so. I came back and took a sip... I burned my mouth pretty badly.

I've since learned to leave the lid off for a bit. This allows the coffee to cool faster. Though, even with the lid off hot things still don't cool that fast in this mug.

My favorite watch: https://amzn.to/3nSm0wL This is the watch I have for daily wear. It is extremely cheap and reliable (and keeps great time.)

The only problem I have ever had with a casio watch; was the band popping off. And, the only reason that it occurred was because I was doing something I probably shouldn't have been wearing a watch for. *looks at stainless steel chips square in the eye*