A photo of two people standing above text that reads "Passion led us here" to symbolize the beginning of my journey with this blog.The journey begins.

Welcome to Guides and Stuff!

This is a little project that I’ve had in my mind for a long time and, for one reason or another, never got around to it until now. That changes today. Specifically today, in fact, because I’m just annoying enough to create something with February 29th as a birth date.

But first, who the hell am I?

Who are you?

My name is Taha Zaidi and I’m a 31-year-old high-functioning autist with chronic depression living in southern Ontario (the Canadian one) with a passion for writing. I love sports. A lot. I also love gaming. I love TV and film. I sometimes love pro wrestling (it’s an on-again-off-again relationship and we’re currently on a break). And I love helping people find answers to mundane everyday things that plague and/or mildly inconvenience them.

I also have opinions. They’re like the old generic Pokémon cards. They aren’t worth anything, but I do have a lot of them.

So what exactly is Guides and Stuff?

Simply put, this will be an information blog where I answer commonly asked questions, produce how-to’s on everyday issues to make your life a little easier, and create a wide variety of guides for games that I play, whether they be on the PC, mobile or console.

So that covers the “Guides” part. But what’s “and Stuff?” What’s the stuff?

Good question(s).

“and Stuff” is basically just a cheat code that gives me the creative freedom to actually write about whatever I want and still have it technically covered by the title of the site. Obviously, the purpose of this website is instructional content and the majority of the things that I write here will reflect that. But I’ll also periodically discuss current events, news stories, and pop culture.

And maybe, just maybe, I’ll also use this outlet as my own personal sports fan diary where I pretend I know more than professional front offices and instruct them on what they should do with their billion-dollar organizations. I hope you’re a fan of Toronto sports, swimming and the Olympics.

So that’s how I’ve envisioned this thing up to this point. But honestly, I’m just going to be winging it from here on out.

Let’s see how it plays out.

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