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It’s been a few months since I shared anything from my bullet journal, but I’m hoping to eventually include more of that here. It’s just been a little difficult since I have been trying to juggle a lot and to be honest, I have been feeling pretty overwhelmed. Continue reading “[Lifestyle] September 2018 Bullet Journal”
Slowly but surely money is becoming something that controls me. I used to tell people that no amount of money that I would get paid would be worth being unhappy. Right now, I’m a hypocrite. Though I enjoy the people that I work with, the actual work just isn’t for me. If you follow my blog, you’ll know that I would love to pursue blogging full time. I enjoy the ability to be creative and talk about whatever I want to and I enjoy connecting to others. Continue reading “[LIFE] Money”
My birthday recently passed, and this year I wasn’t really expecting to get cards or gifts. However, I came home to find cards from loved ones and heart-felt notes. Usually I make a note of who gave me a card and make sure to send them a little thank you note or card just to show my appreciation, but my mom is old school, and she said it’s better to call. Personally, I hate talking on the phone, mainly because I feel like I have to put on some type of show when I talk to people. I have to smile so that it sounds like I’m happy, I have to laugh even when I don’t think something is funny, I have a difficult time hearing people over the phone because sometimes there’s a delay, etc. There are a lot of reason why I don’ enjoy phone calls, but tonight I realized the importance of them. Continue reading “[LIFE] A Call”
As crazy as it sounds, I feel like our generation is filled with world changers. The more I browse the internet, the more I see someone close to my age doing something to make a difference. So, what would you do to change the world? Continue reading “[LIFE] If You Could Change The World”
March 28, 2015 (original post here)
It’s currently 3:34 AM, for some reason my mind thinks that it’ll be perfectly fine functioning with only 2-3 hours of sleep. Whatever, we’ll go with it. Since I couldn’t sleep, I started scrolling through Pinterest and thought about retirement. If there’s one thing our education hasn’t taught us, which I wish they did, is what to invest in and make the most of the hard earned money we make. Continue reading “Thinking Of Retirement – At 22”