On the flip side of all the receiving, this year was the year I decided to give back to my community.
I'm sure all of you are aware of the awesome little feature on Facebook. You know, the one that time-machines you back to one, two, or five years ago. I'm sure the intentions were good when the Facebook experts sat around and came up with that idea and that's fine. Many people share their status … Continue reading Facebook Time Machine
Since transitioning into becoming a grown up (bleh, lol), I decided to practice by doing things that adults do.
You are in charge of making the connections that will put you in front of the right people. Sure seasoned professionals have a wider network but don't forget if you don't reach out to one, you won't reach any.
When I was a kid, I would go through so many books in a month, it was almost unreal. I was at the library every Wednesday returning books and taking out books to tide me over until the next Wednesday.
"Being an adult sucks sometimes, but I could never imagine being back under the care of my parents. I love them dearly and they’ve done an amazing job raising me, but since leaving, I have learned a lot about myself, life, how much I can handle (or what I can’t)."