Last month, I had an awesome opportunity to guest post for Beyond Your Blog about the unmistakable feeling of rejection the cringe-worthy experience here too. It was the evening of Christmas 2014 and I had recently embarked on a mission to re-brand my blog. I had all the motivation in the world to become the next … Continue reading What I Learned from Being Rejected by Elite Daily
I officially have the answers to life’s problems. Take a personal day on a normally unpopular work day. While I might not spit rhymes like the sensitive rap star, Drake and I both understand the value of a Tuesday. In the past, I never really utilized a personal day. I was either out on vacation, left early … Continue reading Taking off, On a Tuesday
Few things are worse than looking like a complete idiot. The feeling is well recognized if you’re hitting puberty until about age 50. Before then you’re a semblance of our ancestors and after that you have so few fucks to give, it doesn’t seem worth it to give them often. I recently discovered that I … Continue reading Don’t Pinch Me, I’m Scottish.
I officially made it an entire year without getting sick. Until this week when the Mucinex monsters invaded my face and set up an entire colony in my sinuses. I made a valiant attempt at being productive by going to work on Monday but that ended at noon. Tuesday was a bust but Wednesday I … Continue reading Waste of Space
Although I’m a little late, Rich and I watched Whiplash this weekend and my heart is still racing. Nope, definitely not a thriller just a lot of empathy for the main character to succeed, a fuck ton of drumming and even more jazz music. If you haven’t seen this is not a movie review so … Continue reading Jazz Stresses Me Out But Now I Want a Mentor
Growing up with less than a lot, money has been a big deal my entire life. I’ve always been hyper sensitive to it no matter the value and I’ve never understood people who open their purse and “stumble upon” a $20. If I found $20 in my purse I would be cheering and throwing a Red Wedding … Continue reading What You Think Credit Cards Are Like vs. What They Are Actually Like
For the longest time, I had no clue I was a millenial. Even when I found out, I thought for certain this must be a mistake. I’ve used a rotatory phone. I’ve experienced life before the internet, the Berlin Wall was still up when I was born! With those things considered, how the hell can … Continue reading 15 Ways to Tell If You’re a Millenial
Guest Post By Justine Patino On the morning of my college graduation, most girls I knew were having brunch with out-of -town families, hot curlers in their hair, eyebrows tweezed, eyelashes curled, lipstick applied, primped, primed and picture ready for the day that would forever symbolize a huge milestone in the life of any 20-something … Continue reading How a Millenial Moved West With $700 and Some Change