College, Family and Friends, Jobs/Work, Life, Millennial, Relationships

Life After: Making new friends

I recently sat and talked with my bf about how I felt ‘friend stagnant’. I love my friends but I want to hang out with new people sometimes. My closest friends are all of the people I was close to in high school, which there is nothing wrong with, but we always tend do the… Continue reading Life After: Making new friends

Business and Services, Life, Writing

Repost: I loved this article — 11 Mind-Blowing Epiphanies to Go from Broke to Professional Writer — Make A Living Writing

“You don’t know what you don’t know.” Not exactly the most mind-blowing piece of advice when you’re trying to go from broke to well-paid professional writer. This quote frustrates me every time I hear it—of course you don’t know what you don’t know. As a newbie writer, I spent way too much time making mistakes,… via… Continue reading Repost: I loved this article — 11 Mind-Blowing Epiphanies to Go from Broke to Professional Writer — Make A Living Writing

Diets and Exercise, Jobs/Work, Life, Millennial

What are the benefits of being a Non Traditional Worker?

I need advice. I have very recently become a non-traditional worker, which is someone that works "non traditional" hours and/or works two or more jobs. I'm in the second one category. Both are part time, one in the morning and another in the late evening.  During the middle of the day I work on my… Continue reading What are the benefits of being a Non Traditional Worker?

Family, Family and Friends, Life, Relationships

Food for Thought: Seperate Vacations

Dear Followers, I was listening to the radio this morning and they got into a debate about whether it's acceptable or not for you and your significant other to take separate vacations? I think yes it's ok. Everyone deserves some ''me" time to relax and reflect without having to worry about anyone else but themselves.… Continue reading Food for Thought: Seperate Vacations