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: 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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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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Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone

I have known I wanted to make a living as a writer in some capacity since I was about 14. I always loved the English class essays and Book Reports. While my classmates saw these tasks as homework, I saw them as things I was doing anyway. I’ve been journaling since at least 6th grade. […]

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The Journey Grows You

I’ve created a lot of blogs over the last decade. Between Livejournal, Blogger, Tumblr, & WordPress, there have been options a plenty. Some have stuck longer than others, but all have lacked structure and for that reason, ended up abandoned. The same concepts applies to career paths. I can’t tell you how many stories I’ve […]

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