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?
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
I am African American. Naturally, All of my iPhone emoji's are of colored skin tones. I just realized that when I texted my supervisor, I subconsciously changed my emoji to my supervisor to the 'neutral' gold one. Has anyone else experienced something similar
It's been a very long time since I have been able to write for my blog. I have truly missed it. So let me catch you up, for anyone looking for some mini drama. I broke up with my boyfriend (boo-hoo), over some things I just won't get into. It took me some time to… Continue reading I’m Back
Group projects Suck, They suck so hard. No matter what, they always suck. You learn how to work in a group from the day you start preschool. You learn team building skills, and hoe to be collaborative. How to respect ideas and contribute to the group fairly. How to stay in communication. You ‘learn’ all… Continue reading Group Projects
I loved this read from the Huffington Post. 'Millennials are Uncertain, Not Entitled" "Stories about entitled, apathetic millennials just keep coming. A sense of entitlement is one of the diagnostic criterion for narcissistic personality disorder. Further criteria are a sense of superiority and grandiosity - other charges lobbed at millennials. By itself, researchers have linked… Continue reading Millennials are Uncertain, not Entitled
I was met with my first language barrier this month, A man at my job came into my office and asked me a question in very broken English. I had such a hard time understanding him and I could tell he was getting frustrated with my lack of comprehension. He kept repeating that he wanted… Continue reading Language Barriers
It is OK to switch majors. There is honestly no shame in switching majors and let me tell you why. The school paints this beautiful picture of fun, educational and super interesting classes. You think you are going to be in high school chem class, adding stuff together to make a reaction or change… Continue reading Switching Majors
Millennial debt. That's why. We aren't lazy. We aren't spoiled. We are broke and living in a cycle of poverty. All of the debt that we have accumulated, just from ages 18-22, is 'necessary'. We are going to college and taking out loans, not to better ourselves, but to be able to have… Continue reading Why Don’t Millennials Save Money?
My advice for aspiring writers is simple: Keep at it. That old cliché rings true—practice makes perfect, like with anything in life. Well, maybe not perfect, but the best way to become a better writer is to continue writing. Seems straightforward, right? You’d be surprised how difficult this notion can be for some writers. I […]… Continue reading Simple Advice for Aspiring Writers