"The One Thing Jennifer Aniston Won't Eat". "How Hailey and Justin Keep Their Marriage Spicy". These are the types of headlines I've noticed from Vogue as of late. In spite of this disappointing clickbait fodder, now and then they publish interesting and substantial articles. One that caught my attention recently is "This Is 40—And Pregnant",… Continue reading On Aging & Motherhood
Good morning all. What a week it has been. I took a mental health day earlier in the week due to my stress levels hitting fever pitch. All of the stress I was feeling was essentially self-imposed, but it was not any less real or painful to me. It's a pattern I'm familiar with. When… Continue reading Stress Management & Self Compassion
Hello, it's been a week or so since my last post. Haven't been particularly inspired by anything; sometimes you just need to live to be inspired. Friday night became quite the extravaganza I didn't expect and normally wouldn't like as I was more or less a sleeping-and-eating machine the next day and my plans to… Continue reading On February, Your Twenties, and Joan Didion
Instead of coming home after work, scrolling uselessly through social media or watching endless amount of Netflix, I've decided to be more intentional with my spare time. I'm always trying to find ways to continue staying mentally engaged. With that said, my new goal is to read at least one book a week. So far,… Continue reading A Book A Week
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?