101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties: What Am I Doing Now?

101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties: What Am I Doing Now?

Long time supporter of Paul Angone's writing and voice to those feeling lost in their twenties, I'm no less pleased with his latest release, 101 Questions You Need to Ask in Your Twenties! Sometimes we need to hear the harsh truth of reality when facing life's continuous obstacles, sometimes we need to hear others share [...]

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The Random Things That Make My Weeks More Exciting

The Random Things That Make My Weeks More Exciting

When working in a structured 9-5 schedule day in and day out, sometimes the days can become mundane and repetitive, almost like a merry-go-round. Aside from the weekends, you most likely do the same thing everyday from the time you wake up until the time it's time to recharge your batteries again. For me, I [...]

Job Interviews: Why They Can Be Awkward, Stressful and Disappointing

Job Interviews: Why They Can Be Awkward, Stressful and Disappointing

Interviews typically happen in different stages; phone, in person and follow-up. In some cases, the company may just require a one time meet and greet, others can be more extensive. I've been through them all multiple times and can say with full confidence that every one is different. And to be even more direct, some [...]

College Life to Mom Life

College Life to Mom Life

I remember being so jealous of Maureen's life in Los Angeles, it was the definition of living vicariously through someone. She was studying at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (where LC went for any Hills fans), living in an apartment building with a roof top pool, meeting celebrities like Mariah Carey, partying at [...]

Side Hustles: Why You Should Have One

Side Hustles: Why You Should Have One

I first heard the term 'side hustle' while reading Ann Shoket's millennial guiding book, The Big Life  , and it's a term that has stuck with me since then. Typically, a side hustle is a way of earning extra cash outside of your primary income, which I think is great and incredibly smart and responsible especially for [...]

An Almost Post Grad Life: Grad School

An Almost Post Grad Life: Grad School

A huge part of why I originally started this blog was for the intended purpose of others to be able to share their thoughts and experiences associated with post-grad life, not just my own. I've recently been collecting statements, anecdotes and opinions of other 20somethings floating around adulthood to showcase how even though we all [...]

The Pros and Cons of Being Single in your 20s

The Pros and Cons of Being Single in your 20s

With some people, being single sometimes has a negative connotation, and in some situations? Sure, that's fair. Like when you go home with that creepy/not so hot/desperate guy from the bar because, let's face it, you've been on a dry spell and you're 4 shots deep. Or you consistently have to RSVP for one to [...]