Are you realizing that you are now stuck in a place where you're set up for jobs you don't necessarily want, destined to live out your worst fear of settling into a complacent, average life? If any of that sounds familiar, I have one thing to tell you: me, too! Okay, I actually have something else to tell you, too: it's okay, we're not actually stuck. We can and will get through this together.
As 2018 is now upon us, I'm sure many of you out there are excited to follow through with your new resolutions (I know I am). You've written them down, set up your new planner, and are currently working on eradicating all the negativity of the last few years from your life by whatever means … Continue reading 8 Self-Care Tips for a Better 2018
I spent four years with the same teacher, three of them in a club he was in charge of, one of them as vice president of said club. In those four years of high school, I had countless conversations with my German teacher, countless experiences, and countless lessons. Countless, but I'll try recalling some. One … Continue reading The Professor
In my heart there is a stone, but in my soul there is a dragon. Each day that I fill a page, I manage to keep her fire at bay, but when I start to fall apart, I feel her fire warm my heart. It does not serve to comfort, but rather quite the opposite. … Continue reading Fire-Starters
If you're a millennial like myself, you most likely have seen the 2001 classic Legally Blonde at least once, and, if not, you at least know the name. When it came out in the summer of 2001 I was only seven years old, in between first and second grade, so I don't remember the first … Continue reading Thank You, Elle Woods
A month ago I had my pride hurt a bit by someone I have to see most of the week. The day after, I put a post-it note on my computer at work that reads: an effervescent force of put-together perfection. I let my pride sting at home, but that pain manifested itself into a … Continue reading An Effervescent Force of Put-Together Perfection
Recently, (about thirty days ago in fact), I made a post about how I would start challenging myself for thirty days to stick to those pesky New Year's Resolutions and grow into my goals. The plan was that for thirty days I would exercise (a work out or walking 10,000+ steps), study Korean (and add … Continue reading What I Learned From My 30 Day Challenge