One person's great day is another person's terrible one. I don't just mean this as an "the world is what you make it" sort of deal, though that is true. I just mean that the world keeps turning bring different experiences to every person on Earth. Everyone is living their own complex lives in which … Continue reading A Day In Life
Wow, I haven't posted in awhile. Days flew by so quickly that I haven't even realized how long I was going between posts. Between job applications and a stubborn illness (thanks for sharing your germs, Sis) I've been in a fog of work and illness recovery. Still, I can't say that January was a bad … Continue reading January Re-cap: My Goals for 2019
-Being inside your car is like being in your own separate world. It's a small, temporary, transitional space. It's even more intimate that someone's home. In a car you go to work, school, date nights, and home. You use it to escape, to come back, to leave and to return. It is how we get … Continue reading Observations On a Late Night Drive
I know that I've disappeared for a while, but I swear it's been for good reason: I've been on the job hunt. With my college graduation fast approaching, the desire to find and begin a "real job" has intensified to a dizzying degree. While I love my current team at work, and will forever be … Continue reading Transition Period: the pre-post-grad job hunt
Writing Challenge: Nov 15, 2018 Prompt Inspiration: Describe your dream life-style. I dream of stability and contentment rather than high-stakes, fast-paced success. Two decades of constant inconsistency has increased by appreciation of the simple life too many take for granted. I want to live in one home for more than a year. I want place … Continue reading Dream Life-Style
Sorry I haven't been posting lately. On top of school starting up and work being back in full-swing, I am also moving. The last week has been intense apartment searches, negotiations, planning, homework, classes, work, and passing out from exhaustion at the end of the day. Needless to say, though it should be a priority- … Continue reading Life Update: class, and work, and moving. Oh, my.
Hey guys! I know I've been offline for a bit, but for good reason! It's been one busy summer! Usually this is the part of the blog where far more interesting bloggers will tell you all about their crazy adventure and vacations, but I haven't done anything too crazy this year- but, because a blog … Continue reading Summer of 2018
Writing Challenge: July 25, 2018 Prompt: What scares you most about dying? Death itself isn’t a terrifying concept. Everything lives, and everything dies- that’s just the way the world works. Something so common, so universal shouldn’t be terrifying- yet in it’s own way it is. Death is universal and therefore familiar, but it’s also foreign. … Continue reading Fear of Death
Writing Challenge: July 12, 2018 Prompt: What are 5 things I could do everyday to take better care of myself? 1- Exercise. I do have a fairly physical job, but most of that is walking, light lifting, and bending. That keeps me busy but doesn’t do much for me in the way of being “fit”. … Continue reading Self-Care
Writing Challenge: July 11, 2018 Prompt: In 6 words or less, write about learning the hard way. Well, that didn’t go well. Now I know for next time. I saw. I tried. I failed. I didn’t learn from their mistakes. They warned me. I ignored them. Could be better, could be worse.