Remember

Life is a series of forgetfulness. We grow up as kids forgetting our families to spend time with our friends. When we get to be adults we forget our friends to spend time building our careers. Once we are seasoned professionals we forget our careers to search for what truly makes us happy. At least … Continue reading Remember

2016: The Year That Broke Me

I haven’t blogged in 156 days. If you know me you know writing is my gasoline, it’s my well-balanced breakfast, my metaphorical caffeine. To have abandoned the one thing that is possibly the best thing for me, what has made me my best and truest self, is to show how this year has left me … Continue reading 2016: The Year That Broke Me

The Future Certainties

The unknown is perhaps the scariest element of our lives and how prepare for the future.  But I have come to experience that sometimes the certainties of the future can be the hardest to grapple with. Knowing exactly the things that await you can sometimes be even more difficult than dealing with the unknown.  Sure, … Continue reading The Future Certainties

24: The year of building the beyond

When I dream, I dream big. I can envision the happy ending and the amazing success story. The only problem is I leave my dreams up in the sky and take little time to build the ladder of goals that will help me climb my way up.  I seemed to have a knack for letting … Continue reading 24: The year of building the beyond

5 years later…

In my very first class of college, the professor started with an ice breaker for everyone to get to know each another.  The question was, "Where do you see yourself in 5 years?" My answer revolved around being a teacher, and hopefully, out of school with a job.  That was it. I didn't think of … Continue reading 5 years later…

i’m pretty lucky after all

Our jobs give us more than just money to make ends meet. They give us perspective on where we are in reaching our dreams.  We all start off going to college finding what it is that we want to be when we grow up.  Some of us find out that answer, others need a little … Continue reading i’m pretty lucky after all