Back to School: Textbook Notes

I truly believe that the main reason many students don’t do the assigned readings they are given is because they find it difficult to comprehend everything they are reading. Reading a textbook and reading a novel are two completely different things…. Read More ›

2020 Book Recap

This year I refreshed my goal from 2019 and said I’d read 24 books by the end of the year, and there were weeks (read: months) where I had no energy to read and then there were weeks that I read three books from Sunday and Saturday. If you choose to purchase any of these…

The Millennial Job Search: Pandemic Edition

It’s no surprise that the job market is oversaturated right now with somewhere around 30 million Americans unemployed and trying to find a job. This gets tougher on Millennials in particular. The youngest bunch of us is in our mid to late 20s. Past the time where we can be called a “recent college graduate”…

Books I Read in 2019 [All 9 of Them!]

After reading 15 books last year I definitely thought I was going to boost my reading goal up a bit more, so I eagerly set my goal at 24 books. Which would have been two a month, and would have definitely been doable. However, if you’ve read my sparse blog posts this year you’ll know…

Taking Time

I promised myself when I became a flight attendant (4 long and short months ago) that I would always venture out on my layovers if I was in a new city. That I wouldn’t become a “slam clicker”.

Post Grad Chronicles: Day 500

I sit here writing this from my back patio in Boston, MA on what would technically be my Saturday morning, and I want to use this time to reflect on how much has changed in the last 500 days. It has changed in ways that I never would have imagined. Let me start off by…

Becoming a Flight Attendant

As I sit here writing this I’m sitting in the back galley of a Boeing 737 with about 2 hours to go until we touch down in Dallas and then on to Oklahoma City for the night. This was never a career I dreamed long and hard about, but it was something that presented itself…

Post Grad Chronicles: Day 288

24,883,200 seconds or 414,720 minutes or 6912 hours or 288 days or 41 weeks since Graduation, and I can finally report that I HAVE A NEW CAREER. NOT JOB. A CAREER PEOPLE. As much as I’d love to share the juicy details… I’ve decided to wait until after they’ve told me what city I need to…

6 Things to do on Sunday’s For a More Productive Week

In the wise words of Craig Morgan, here’s what I love about Sunday, everything. I love waking up at 9a with more than 7 hours of sleep behind me, I love the burst of energy for a new week to start, and I love the anticipation that comes with it being the start of a…

Paleo: Month 3

Okay, so life got in the way and I didn’t track my Week 3 of Paleo… Or anything thereafter, but I didn’t quit either. Except for the one night I had pizza and Thanksgiving… and Christmas. I couldn’t resist! I think that’s where things got interesting though in this journey. As I sit here writing…