Before starting Pride Month where I wrote (or at least tried to write and post) one article per day, I would post maybe once or twice a week if I wasn’t so busy due to college or work. The reason why I decided to do Pride Month this year is that: I wanted to show… Continue reading Posting everyday.. is it for me?
Hey everyone, it’s Ryder! Today is rather special because it’s The Kitten Who Eats Ramen (the blog's) birthday! I keep on thinking that it’s been 3 years, but it’s probably because a lot has happened that it made it seem that way. Thank you all so much for being with me during all this time,… Continue reading Happy 2nd Anniversary!
Despite me having shared my sexual orientation at the beginning of the month, I actually feel a bit apprehensive as I am writing this. I decided to do so since I wanted to open up a bit to you guys and hopefully help someone who’s still having trouble with coming into terms with who they… Continue reading Pride Month: My Coming Out Story
Hey guys. I'm here to announce that I finally decided to upgrade the blog so I finally have a domain name. Yay! I've been considering upgrading the blog for a while now and I'm glad that I finally got to do it . The reason why I decided to upgrade it is because I wanted… Continue reading Finally Having a Domain Name- Thoughts about the Future
I created Kitten Who Eats Ramen (Ryder) about two years ago on Blogger . When I did, I only just wanted to write, but I would do so in an inconsistent manner. What I mean by this is that there would be different formats/styles in many of the posts that I would make. Fast forward… Continue reading Looking for a Writing Style
In order to find material for the Valentine’s posts, I have been watching romance anime and dramas, while also reading countless manga and playing numerous otome games. While all of this is fine and all, I’ve noticed that I’m starting to fall into this bottomless hole that is romance stories. As a teen, I used… Continue reading Falling in Love with Romance (again)
I am one of those people with a million ideas, but it's hard for me to put them on paper (or on word). The reason for this is my lack of confidence in my own work most of the time. I am trying to get better with it, though. Hopefully those of you who also have trouble with their own self-confidence in their work will relate and help you gain a bit of motivation. You're not alone.