Not being employed sucks. Even as a full-time student, I have a sinking feeling that I’m not contributing to the world, and that I’m wasting all of my money and mental energy on crap. Here’s what my average day looks like: I spend a majority of my time applying to jobs (seriously, at least 4 job applications per day – which doesn’t sound like a lot until you … Continue reading Surviving the Job Hunt… with Writing
When I was 16, I picked up a surfboard for the first time in my life. (Coincidentally, I learned in the very place I’d find myself several years later, happily engaged. But we’re not there yet.) It was much larger than I’d expected, and took a lot of effort to move it across a beach. The wind was less than helpful, resisting all of my … Continue reading What Surfing Has Taught Me About Dealing with Life
This is my first post under this new blog title. You may remember my last blog, but I’ve since decided to leave it, moving onto the next phase of my life. Let’s cut to the chase: I’m quitting my job and moving to Hawaii to pursue my MBA and to live with my fiancé. It was not an easy decision. There were many nights I … Continue reading The Act of Becoming.