In my last post, I mentioned looking for a new job, and I’m happy to announce that I’ve found one! Yay! I won’t say where for, ya know, privacy reasons, but it’s a company for which I’m very excited to work.
It’s also a typical “9-5” type job at a desk, inside an office building, and the type of work I will be doing is “support staff”/administrative type work.
Honestly, I. Am. PUMPED about it. And I feel like that’s kind of a far-cry from the “hustler” and “boss lady” mentality that has all but consumed our (the millennial) generation. But that works for me. And it’s okay if you’re more partial to it, too. Continue reading ““The Hustle” Isn’t for Everyone… And That’s Okay”
I hope you’re all well and I wanted to give a brief update on what I’ve been up to lately.
It’s been a while (with only one post in between) since I’ve sat down and really wrote out some blog posts that I was excited about, or even thought of something about which to write.
The past few months have been both exciting and the same. Continue reading “Update”
If you’ve watched the show Parks and Recreation, you’ll know immediately where the term “Galentine’s Day” originated. If not, allow me to explain: Galentine’s Day takes place on February 13th, the day before Valentine’s Day and it’s a day to celebrate your gals, your girlfriends, your BFF’s.
A lot of companies have noticed the trend and started making décor and party supplies to honor the day of female friendship and in my opinion, it’s usually cuter than the Valentine stuff.
But what do you do on Galentine’s Day? How do you celebrate it?
I’ve got you covered with a few ideas. Continue reading “Galentine’s Day – Date Ideas”
Alright, y’all, it’s time to talk New Year’s Resolutions. ⬅ Does that need to be capitalized? I don’t know. But we’re going with it. I try to do a post every year about them, whether it’s telling you all mine, or telling people to stop being assholes to people who want to make them.
This year I’ve come up with a list of some different resolution ideas for those that want to make them, but don’t necessarily feel comfortable with the typical ones. Continue reading “A New Take on New Year’s Resolutions”
You don’t have to be a maker of resolutions to see the potential in a new year. Everyone feels it. But if you’re not comfortable with making resolutions or setting goals, then maybe you’d be more comfortable with the idea of leaving things in the past and moving on from them. Continue reading “6 Things We’re Leaving Behind in 2018”