As we enter the month of the Scorpio remember to these misconceptions and how to correct them.
Where’s my spooky squad at? 👻
Photo by. Rohitbhargava.com When I was a kid, I really wanted to dye my hair blue. I even used a sharpie to dye my Chole Bratz doll’s hair with a blue sharpie and I thought she was the coolest doll in my collection. To my own dismay, my mom- along with a LOT of other … Continue reading Tattoos, Dyed Hair, and Piercing And Why Employers Need To Change Their Definition Of Professional Appearance
Overachieving is exactly how I would describe how I ended up where I am. At a very young age it was instilled in me that no matter what you do or where you are, as long as you work hard and are determined, you will succeed. I had two parents that often excelled in their … Continue reading 6 Things I Have Realized As Always Being The “Baby” In The Office
Our perceptions aren’t always reality. Can we really be sure if our opinions are correct?
In a world where it is expected that we push ourselves aside, degrade, and demean our own self-worth, maybe being a little more ‘selfish’ is what we need.
Are you familiar with the phrase ‘fake it until you make it’? That is basically how I go into any situation I find myself in. I ‘fake’ being an independent and responsible adult. Sometimes I am, but I’m also still in my early 20s with an attention disorder. I tend to ‘fake’ my way through … Continue reading My Imposter Syndrome Explained in Less Than 1,500 Words
Photo by Pro Church Media on Unsplash Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and when I say I am jumping out of my seams in anticipation of turkey day will be an understatement. However, just like everyone else (hopefully), I will not be having the large Thanksgiving celebration I normally have, but that just means more food for … Continue reading I Have VERY Strong Opinions on Thanksgiving Foods. Here are 17 Thanksgiving foods And How I Rank Them From Best To Worst
If you couldn’t tell already, I just had a birthday! I know Friday the 13th is supposed to be an unlucky day, but with the way 2020 is going, I think we deserved to make this an exception. I’m 24. I’m in my mid-20s. 10 years ago I was in the 8th grade. Five years … Continue reading 24 Things I Have Learned By My 24th Birthday