Election Day.

Tomorrow, November 6th (maybe that’t now today, depending on where you’re at in the world) is Midterm Election Day here in the United States. While Midterm and Presidential elections are both important, this is quite possibly the most important Midterm election in the history of the country. Voting is your right, and at this point, […]

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College.

Honestly, unless it involves graduation, this is a blog post subject reserved for youngsters – the 25 & under crowd if you will. A few months back I made the decision to return to school. My employer went beyond tuition reimbursement and began offering business degrees at no cost through select universities. I was over […]

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Book Review: Turtles All The Way Down

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Let me start this review by stating John Greens latest novel Turtles All The Way Down is the best book I’ve read in years. The last time a book demanded my undivided attention is all but a distant memory. It was probably Harry Potter or Twilight. Yes, I am that person. All of Johns […]

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Book Review: Slaughterhouse Five

Having read a few spoiler free reviews of Slaughterhouse-Five prior to reading the book itself, I had an idea of what I was getting myself into. A story of war, death, capture, PTSD, and…alien invasion? I hold myself to a goal this year: read 12 classics. This is the first, and I can honestly say […]

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Book Review: Paper Towns

 Paper Towns is John Green’s third novel. Published in 2008, it followed Looking For Alaska and An Abundance of Katherine’s. Having read a couple of John’s works in the past, I had a pretty good idea of what I was getting myself into: great stories and characters I’d fall in love with. In that sense, PaperTowns didn’t disappoint. Nor did […]

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5 Tips That Will Allow You To Travel More

Photo Credits: Left -Walt Disney Company & Right – Amanda G Schuman       “How can you afford to do all that?” This is a question I am asked on a fairly regular basis. How can I afford to go on so many vacations? Even more specifically, how can I afford to go on […]

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Reflection.

I am beginning to feel as though things are finally beginning to settle down. As past posts illustrate, 2018 has tested me to say the least. Turning 30 is definitely a milestone. I always thought I’d react to turning 30 the way Joey did: Image Credit: Google But, as the big day approached, I decided […]

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