2019: Year of Compatibility

I had to tough it out. Find stores of resilience in myself because no matter how inconvenient and painful, ultimately not one in that series of unfortunate events, would kill me. There's something both empowering and disheartening in knowing that you can survive more

“The First 90 Days”: Book Review

*Disclaimer* Finish (with mastery and understanding) this book as quickly as you can! Do not wait, or procrastinate, or budget it out to last the 90 days! Do not make the same mistake I did in treating it like "The 90 Day Pocket Guide"! It should be called "What to Do and Expect in Your... Continue Reading →

TIRED of Being Broke: No Money, Mo Problems!

I get it. I'm a quasi-recent grad. I'm young. I "should" be broke. It's expected. I devoted my first few years after graduation to service, and the non profit sector is so named for a reason. Got it. BUT I'm still broke. Still proportionately the same amount of broke.

When you’re a baby, no one shames you for not speaking English. Or any language besides cooing and burbling. {Actually no one should shame anyone for not speaking English, but that’s neither here not there! Heck you, xenophobes!} So why is it that once you you pass through the invisible doorway to presumed adulthood, are we suddenly expected to know everything!

The Ketchup

For my upcoming birthday I am giving myself success... or at least opportunities to attain it. I interviewed Friday and spoke with my soon-to-be-employer; she's super enthusiastic to have me start immediately. I'm attempting ... {cringes] to date.  I'm looking into grad school options, and doing a lot of personal inventory. Finally, as it pertains... Continue Reading →

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