A note on my recent breast cancer diagnosis.
I really can't speak Spanish well, pero like, I tried.
Last week, I went on a road trip and mini-vacation with my boyfriend. We decided a few weeks prior that we wanted to go somewhere that required minimal planning in our short window of time. We researched a bit, compared prices, and decided to head up to Wisconsin Dells for a few days - a … Continue reading The House, the Dells, and the Stories No One Tells: Part 1
Ever since I can remember, I've been the "planner". You know, the friend who plans everything: the hang-outs, the parties, the cookouts, the brunches, the sleepovers - everything. Every friend group has at least one planner. But after awhile, those of us in this position find it a tiring, thankless title to maintain. When you've been … Continue reading On Being the “Planner”
It's no secret that recent college grads are one of the largest underemployed groups of people in America. Desperate for a job and a way to focus our attention on something other than the impending doom of permanent adulthood, college graduates seem to share commonalities regardless of their field of study: we're hungry for employment … Continue reading Too Little Experience, Too Picky to Take a Chance