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
Sorry my dear readers, last week was kinda crazy. So I did not stick to my dieting like I should have. Monday was a holiday, so my family all spent the entire day eating. Tuesday, I did my usual IF. I skipped breakfast and drank a small coffee. Unusually for me, I drank the coffee… Continue reading IF Week 4
millennial [miˈlenēəl] noun. a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century plural noun: millennials If anything, 2017 is a blaring wake-up call for me. I have been working for eight hours a day, five days a week for the past nine years and I am not complaining about it. Life has […] via Money,… Continue reading Reblog: Money, Age and Life: A Rant Of A Millennial Who Is Yet To Figure It Out — SIKWATE.ORG
"Evolving involves Eliminating" -Erykah Badu
Here is some breaking news for all those congregations trying to market their ministry to reach Millennials. via Millennials Are More Than A Target Market — The Light Breaks Through
Today I had lunch alone in a public place. This is something that you often see advertised in movies or books or even television commercials, but people rarely actually do it. Instead, we are consumed with the need to not look like a loner or a loser or friendless. This entry is to tell you… Continue reading Advice of the Day: Eat Alone
"Take every "L" as a LESSON, not a LOSS"
You don't have assigned seats when you get to college. So what do you do?
I had signed the paperwork to move into my new apartment with my best friend Ali. We planned on sharing a room while the second room was occupied by a single person, Stephanie (you'll hear more about her in other stories) So we were all set! The deposit was paid and the furniture was bought,… Continue reading My first apartment
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