Another year, another birthday. It's Leo season once again, and you know what that means - time to celebrate like the king I am. As always, I prefer to keep things low-key when it comes to my birthday. No big parties or extravagant gifts for me. Just some peace and quiet, maybe a good book or video game to pass the time.

I've never been one for all the attention that comes with birthdays. People always expect you to throw a big bash or make a fuss about getting older. But not me. I'd much rather spend the day reflecting on my accomplishments and setting goals for the year ahead.

This year feels different though. Maybe it's because of everything that has happened recently - losing my job at Nintendo, being involved in that whole mess with Corrupted Data: Revived... It's made me realize how fleeting life can be and how important it is to cherish each moment.

So this year, instead of shutting myself away from the world like usual, I've decided to embrace Leo season in all its glory. I may not be one for grand celebrations, but there's no harm in treating myself every now and then.

I started off by indulging in some retail therapy - bought myself a new jacket with an even furrier hood than before (if that's even possible). Hey, a guy has gotta look sharp on his special day, right? And of course, no birthday would be complete without treating myself to some fancy sushi dinner at home while binge-watching my favorite shows.

As night falls and the stars twinkle above me (yes yes... very poetic), I find myself feeling grateful for another year lived on this crazy planet we call Earth. Sure, there have been ups and downs along the way but hey... isn't that what makes life interesting?

Looking back on all those years gone by makes me appreciate where I am now – wiser (maybe), stronger (definitely) – ready to take on whatever challenges come my way next.

Leo Season Vibes are strong this year as they should be! Here’s hoping this next trip around the sun brings more adventures worth sharing… Or not sharing because who needs other people anyway?

Until next time, Austin Sanders