We never know exactly what to expect in the year to come but we always look forward to it. Partly because I mean we have no choice, a new year is going to burst in guns blazing whether we want it to or not, but if we're getting technical, which of course I am because … Continue reading Embrace the New Year
“The art of leadership is saying no, NOT yes. It is very easy to say yes.” - Tony Blair There's a negative connotation associated with the word "no" and I don't even think it's fair to limit the saying to being just a word, no, "No" is a complete sentence. There doesn't have to be a reason … Continue reading To “No” is to Know
"You do this the most when you aren't supposed to, especially when you don't have it and regret it when you need it the most, then turn around and do it again." *Jeopardy music plays mechanically in the background* "What is spending money?" CORRECT! The answer is spending money and that's exactly what we're going … Continue reading Window Shopping w/ UncommonGoods*
"Where there's a new semester comes new shows to obsess over." – Page 346 Section 4.1 of the Universal Guide to Surviving College Look, I know we're only a few weeks into the Fall semester but I think now is the perfect time to start getting that "shows to watch" list together so you'll spend … Continue reading Back to School Binge
In honor of officially living out two decades on this thing called earth, I've decided to curate this short list of 20 things that I've learned in the past twenty years. Obviously not in the order I've been learning them but you know... It's okay to say "Goodbye." Saying "No" doesn't make you a terrible … Continue reading 20 Things I’ve Learned in 20 Years – A Birthday Memoir
One year ago I made the impulse decision to create a blog and just two days after that I mentally beat myself up for believing that my life was even remotely interesting enough to write about. Now, 367 days later here I am writing this celebratory post, time sure does fly doesn't it? I remember … Continue reading Happy Blogiversary – The Right DB turns One!
Major-Shaming (n.) – a social stigma placed on individuals in a collegiate setting for dedicating themselves to a field of study that may reduce socioeconomic mobility. – i.e. – "Stressed? you're a(n) _______ major you don't know what stress it." "What do you mean you're tired? You're a(n) ________ major, you don't do anything to be … Continue reading “Major-Shaming” A Concept