Good Laughs

There's nothing that beats a good laugh. Be it a television show you're watching, ridiculous stuff you do with your friends, or maybe just the ordinary things that go haywire. I live to laugh, but I thrive when I'm able to make other people do so. So when I recently had the pleasure of seeing Sal, … Continue reading Good Laughs


20 lessons from 20 years of “FRIENDS”

Pop quiz: What's my favorite TV show? If the title of this blog wasn't obvious enough, or if you know me even in the slightest you will know it's Friends. Friends premiered 20 years ago this very day, and with it brought so many laughs and unforgettable lessons.  I chronicled 20 lessons I took with me … Continue reading 20 lessons from 20 years of “FRIENDS”

How I Met Ted Mosby

I promise this won't take 9 years to read. But this is the story of How I Met Ted Mosby. It was February 2013, also known as Doppelganger Week and working in the office of the college newspaper, a coworker tells me how I remind them of a man by the name of Ted Mosby.  "You … Continue reading How I Met Ted Mosby

13 lessons I learned in 2013

13. Count to 10 and take a deep breath. My mom has always told me that patience is a virtue.  Unfortunately, I lack it. But what I have learned in 2013, is that sometimes you have no other choice than to be patient.  Whether its dealing with people who infuriate you, to worrying about things … Continue reading 13 lessons I learned in 2013

Gaining strength from the little things

The past few months have been a whirlwind of emotions. From sadness, to happiness, stress and relaxation, it seems that the roller coaster of emotions is not stopping and sometimes you don't even know how to feel on any given day. The past couple weeks have brought graduation, moving, and loss, new job opportunities, new … Continue reading Gaining strength from the little things

Mean what you say, but don’t make it mean

"Sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt me." It was something we learned when we were kids to stay to as a buffer against teasing and bullying, but really words can be the most hurtful devices we have. It's weird to think that the words we speak are so powerful, … Continue reading Mean what you say, but don’t make it mean