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Life Is Hard But You’re Probably Making It Harder

Life Is Hard But You’re Probably Making It Harder

Life is hard, right? It is for ALL of us! Life is unfair and scary, not to mention anxiety-inducing. Whether you are getting divorced, or just got fired, or can’t make friends, there are literally an infinite number of ways which makes life seem impossible on […]

How To Be Thankful On Thanksgiving When There Is Nothing To Be Thankful For

How To Be Thankful On Thanksgiving When There Is Nothing To Be Thankful For

I woke up this Thanksgiving day feeling sad, lonely, and entirely unthankful for what this year has brought me. I lost my Grandma to cancer in March. I lost my Uncle tragically in September (not to mention tomorrow would have been his 49th birthday). I […]

Highway to the Comfort Zone: The Dangers of Never Challenging Yourself

Highway to the Comfort Zone: The Dangers of Never Challenging Yourself

There are many dangerous and evil things lurking in the depths of our world today. We have terrorism and misogyny. Car crashes and tragedies. Dictators and nuclear weapons. Rejection and failure. There are literally countless things that you could be terrified of on a daily basis […]

Life is Short: How Loss Taught Me To Follow My Dreams

Life is Short: How Loss Taught Me To Follow My Dreams

Loss is one of the tragic inevitabilities of life, but believe it or not there is one positive to dealing with the loss of a loved one: the ability to truly understand how freaking short life really is. After unexpectedly losing my 48-year-old uncle, I […]

The Millennial Resume: If Money Weren’t An Issue, What Would You Do?

The Millennial Resume: If Money Weren’t An Issue, What Would You Do?

When faced with the dilemma of determining what you want to do with your life, many say you should ask yourself this one question: “If money weren’t an issue, what would you do?”. Although this question is clearly a hypothetical, it asks you to be […]

The Millennial Resume: The Dilemma of Choosing One Career

The Millennial Resume: The Dilemma of Choosing One Career

I spend a lot of time wondering how people can choose one career for the rest of their lives. Just the thought of that scares me even more so than the thought of spending the rest of my life married to one person. To be […]

The Millennial Resume: 24 & Living On My Sister’s Couch

The Millennial Resume: 24 & Living On My Sister’s Couch

Five years ago if you had told me that I would be living in my sister’s apartment, sleeping on her couch, and trying desperately to find a job, I would have punched you in the face. Just kidding… I would never punch you, but I definitely would’ve never […]

The Millennial Resume: Receiving A Job Rejection Email

The Millennial Resume: Receiving A Job Rejection Email

I just received a rejection email… Seriously, is there anything worse? “We thank you so much for taking the time to apply for this position, but we have decided to move forward with another candidate. Best of luck in your job search.” Or in other […]

The Millennial Resume: Taylor Interns on Capitol Hill

The Millennial Resume: Taylor Interns on Capitol Hill

As a senior in high school I applied to a college in the heart of Washington DC. As a Floridian, I got into the typical Florida colleges: Florida State and the University of Florida, but I truly wasn’t interested in attending either school. For some […]

The Millennial Resume: I Spent $20 On Powerball Tickets…

The Millennial Resume: I Spent $20 On Powerball Tickets…

The Powerball hit $535 million yesterday, and after two weeks of nonstop job applications and interviews, I decided to spend $20 bucks (of my already dwindling cash supply) on some lottery tickets. Many would say this was a stupid idea. Yeah, you are more likely […]