Getting Back Into Exercising after an Injury

This past December, I fell down my basement stairs and had a horrible left-side skull fracture. To be honest, the situation could’ve been much worse. But the fall still left me with some repercussions – two scars on my leg that are fading, but I don’t know if they’ll go away and a lovely scar near my right eyebrow. I’ve come to terms with those, … Continue reading Getting Back Into Exercising after an Injury

Do Childhood Passions Predict Your Future Career?

What did you enjoy most as a child? Were there certain toys you played with or games you loved that somehow correspond to your now career? I was decluttering under my bed the other day, going through a ginormous box of letters, projects, and photos that have accumulated in 20 years. As much as I’m striving to be a minimalist, I’m a sentimental hoarder. I … Continue reading Do Childhood Passions Predict Your Future Career?

When Plans Change – 3 Tips for Getting Through College with No Regrets

When you graduated high school, what was the number one question people asked you? Chances are, it was “What do you want to do with your life?” If you’re like me, it was a slightly intimidating question. I had good ideas of what I wanted in the future, but felt like I had to have detailed, intricate plans at the age of 18. Now, that … Continue reading When Plans Change – 3 Tips for Getting Through College with No Regrets

Marilyn Monroe’s 1955 New Year Resolutions May Inspire You

It’s so hard to believe that 2019 is right around the corner! Are you the type of person who enjoys setting goals and New Year’s resolutions or do they stress you out? I’m not always the most faithful at keeping resolutions, but I nevertheless enjoy making them. If you’ve ever wondered what a celebrity’s New Year Resolutions look like, then you’re in luck. The New … Continue reading Marilyn Monroe’s 1955 New Year Resolutions May Inspire You