WARNING: SPOILER ALERT Yesterday I had the privilege of going to see a popular musical, newer to Chicago, Dear Evan Hansen, at the James M. Nederlander Theatre (formerly The Oriental). I always feel lucky whenever I get the chance to experience theatre of any kind. Based on the book by Steven Levenson, with music and… Continue reading Dear Evan Hansen: A Review
In order to distract myself from a rather awful string of luck at work, I decided to dive head first into Amazon Prime's four-part docu-series, Lorena, about the sensational case of Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt. I was first made aware of this by the guys of Last Podcast on the Left in one of… Continue reading Lorena
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urRVZ4SW7WU On President's Day, I made a rare excursion to the movie theatre to see a movie I was only made aware of the day before, called Free Solo. Produced by National Geographic, this film documents professional rock climber, Alex Honnold's, successful ascent to the top of El Capitan's 900-metre vertical rock face, located in… Continue reading Free Solo
I loved being a student at Indiana University. Yes, I had too much fun there, but what I mostly think about when I look back on my college years was the sincere joy that I had being a student. While IU is known for their esteemed Kelly School of Business, I had a fantastic education… Continue reading Continuing Education or Personal Debt?
Let me start by saying that my goal is not for this to be a personal rant. Not at all. I simply am curious to see if my opinions on the dating scene resonate with anyone else. I've been discussing the sheer difficulty in regards to meeting singles nowadays with a variety of people: friends,… Continue reading The State of The Possible Unions
On Thursday night, at the tail end of the Polar Vortex in Chiberia, I attended the Lyric Opera of Chicago for the second time with my friend Sarah! We saw La bohème, an opera by Giacomo Puccini, directed by Richard Jones, and conducted by Stegano Sarzani. Though I absolutely loved seeing Il trovatore a few… Continue reading Back At The Opera
Hi everyone. Sorry for the delay in postings this week. Work has been insanely busy and I just have been harder pressed for time. That said, I had some ideas a-brewin` and I decided since they're rather miscellaneous or komono (thanks Marie Kondo), I would do another round of Smörgåsbord! Alright Volume V; let's do… Continue reading Smörgåsbord V
Let me start by mentioning a woke up with my bathroom ceiling caving in and leaking water this morning. On top of stress I'm dealing with, this was not the surprise I wanted to deal with first thing on a Sunday. It further supports the notion that I ought to move when my lease is… Continue reading New Netflix Recs
Hi guys! Usually I don't blend my recruiting career with my blog, but I thought given the new year and that it's busy season for job searchers and hiring manager, it might be helpful to share some tips on how to make yourself as hireable as possible. Regardless of your qualifications and background, there are… Continue reading Tips for Job Searchers
January, for my line of work, is busy season! And as exciting and energizing as it is, it can be very difficult to "turn it off" and quiet my mind. Think about it: you're suddenly laying in bed attempting to lull yourself to sleep after a jam packed day full of meetings, emails, and phone… Continue reading How Do You Quiet Your Mind?