Every time I go home to visit my family, my 4 year old nephew bitterly complains to me that he wants to be an adult. He hates that he doesn’t get to eat candy for dinner, he resents that he can’t go to the park and play at a moment’s notice, and it drives him... Continue Reading →
If you’ve held any job for basically any amount of time, then you’ve probably felt unappreciated at one point or another. I know I have.
I apologize for my absence. Just as I had people getting interested in my blog and following me week to week, I disappear off the face of the earth. What gives?
I’m not gonna lie, I’ve been dreading this post. This week I’m feeling especially horrible about my spending habits. Last week I spent over $40 on random books
For me, there is no bigger demon to face than my personal finances. It seems that as an adult, it’s just one of those things that I should be good at. I mean, children call me ma’am; shouldn’t that give me an automatic ability? This is really embarrassing to admit, but I’m more of what... Continue Reading →
To finish off the ‘getting healthy’ theme of my posts the last couple of weeks, it’s time to talk about food! Personally, I’ve never had a very healthy relationship with food. In the fourth grade, some little brat flicked my thighs and told me they jiggle. And I’ve been on a roller coaster of eating... Continue Reading →
This became my routine. Sit all day at my desk, sit all evening on the couch, lay down all night to sleep, repeat. After a year, the result is a 20lb weight gain!
This week, I was ready to go with a ‘how to’ article about getting out of a rut and exercising more. All I had to do was edit, upload, and boom, I would have a post for this week
Today, I thought I’d follow up with a few things that suck about the next step in the job search process: interviews. There are just so many things to hate about desperately trying to impress the dead-eyed stranger sitting across from you with the power to decide your financial future. Let’s explore, shall we?