I used to travel the world. I loved seeing the new sights, the old architecture, the different cultures, and enjoying the people. I used to be fearless. I went after my goals with blind optimism. And I lived out quite a few of my dreams. I used to be outgoing. I was even considered a … Continue reading I Haven’t Traveled In Years
This article appears on Elite Daily. Being a single woman in college is by no means easy. Everyone around you is pairing off while you fill your days with homework. I was single all throughout college, and it was at times painful, annoying and even depressing. But I kept reminding myself that finding a career … Continue reading Six Thoughts You Have When You’re Single All Throughout College
First of all, if you haven’t seen the movie The Internship, I highly recommend it. I am not a movie person. I haven’t seen a majority of movies until about three to five years after their release. And you won’t catch me in a theater unless there is a super cute animated film playing. Or … Continue reading Five Lessons We Can Learn from “The Internship”
Older animals find their way to the shelter on a daily basis. Sometimes it’s because they are strays, but more often than not, it’s because the owner got bored with the old animal and decided to trade it in for a younger puppy or kitten. It’s a sad truth about our society. People only want … Continue reading Why You Should Adopt an Older Animal
If you’re an undergraduate in college, then you’re probably wondering how to get hired after graduation. Well, it’s possible, you just have to build your resume. It’s a competitive world out there, and a degree alone won’t get you hired anymore. You need to prove that you’re more qualified than the other recent graduates applying … Continue reading How To Get Hired After Graduation
We all know that you must work hard for what you want, and aspiring to be a best-selling author is no exception. But there is a dark side to self-publishing that we rarely hear about. What we hear is that we get to keep a majority of royalties and maintain ownership of our work. Well, … Continue reading The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Self-Publishing
We all go on first dates. Whether we find that date on Tinder, OKCupid, Match, or Eharmony, we all are capable of making first date mistakes. We know that the first rule of dating bans the discussion of the exes, politics, and religion. Most of us are pretty decent at keeping these three topics to ourselves, … Continue reading Five Things To NOT Do On A First Date
Survivor is without doubt one of the best shows on television. This current season is amazing, although I am still upset about Jeff Varner. My top two choices to win this season were Jeff Varner and Terry Deitz. Unfortunately, both are gone but know that I thoroughly respect Terry’s decision to leave the game for … Continue reading Who Would You Choose For Another Season of Survivor: Second Chances?
Today is World Teachers’ Day, and it’s essential that we take the time to thank the teachers who have made a difference in our lives. Teachers have the ability to influence us in a way that most other people can't by providing an objective perspective. They can help us with our problems inside or outside … Continue reading Thank Your Favorite Teacher on World Teachers’ Day!
We all have dreams that most of us think that we won’t ever achieve. The truth is that anything is possible if we change the way we think about the world. We tend to believe that our dreams are impossible because we’re associating with people who reiterate that fact to us often. But just because … Continue reading Five Tips For Achieving Your Dreams