Guess what? I’ve officially been at my job for six months! Well, I’ve been at my job for over six months and almost to seven, but still. You get my drift. So, at this momentous occasion, I’d like to drop some wisdom for you because this is something I wish someone had told me. Although, if they … More At six months
This post originally appeared on Extrordinary Young Women as my blog swap post for Becca. I know I have it here, now so you can read it, but I would still totally recommend you take the time to go check her out. Her blog is fantastic and definitely inspires ME to be an extrordinary young … More To the Girl Whose Friends are Still in College
So, the other day I was talking to a guy, and I asked him what he was looking for in a woman. His response? “Someone who makes me happy.” That’s it. While I have a whole different issue about someone looking to someone else to provide his happiness, this post takes a different turn. I … More What do I want a man to love?
Wait… this isn’t my blog! Awkward. Hi. I’m another twenty-something and recent college grad, like Kaitlin. I’m here to share how waiting until after college for love can be magical Imagine this: you’re living in an apartment with four of your best girl friends. Your best guy friends live directly above you. Each of your … More Blog Swap: Happily ever after (after college)
I figured I would label this post letting you know ahead of time it was going to be political. That way, if you don’t want to read politics, you can just continue along your merry little way. So, let me first say I know my beliefs are SUPER liberal. And I don’t mean … More A political post
So, I saw Wine on the Balcony do this survey and it looked fun so I wanted to do it too! Also, shameless plug, go check out Wine on the Balcony. If you’ve been enjoying my foray into adulthood (which I mean I assume you do. You’re here.) then go check this blog out. Okay, … More Now and then survey for millennials
So, An Historian About Town gave me a good idea. I’ve been doing some blog brainstorming – something I want to start doing once a month – and I want to know what y’all think. A poll is way easier to respond to than, say, a random call out for ideas, so I hope you’ll take mine … More What do you want to read?
So, I actually can’t strike. If I did there would be no one to write about what all of you phenomenal women are doing. (Not exactly, but you get the point). But here are all the reasons I will stand in solidarity AND wear red lips in support on March 8. I strike… …for all … More Why I Strike…
So, a lot of times people get upset about social media (blogging included) making it look like people have it all together. While I’ve vented enough for you to probably already realize I don’t, I just want to remind you with a quick explanation of my day/week. Last night I had a dream that basically … More I promise I don’t have it all together
So, this may sound blasphemous, but I think lent is becoming trendy. The number of people that give something up for lent without being Catholic or doing it for the religious purpose, I feel like it’s accepted as like a New Year’s Resolution of a sort. Idk. In that fashion, I am giving up men … More I’m not Catholic, but for Lent, I’m giving up men