I Cut Her Out Of My Life Because She Knew Too Much

You read it right. A few years ago I cut all ties with my best friend because she knew too much. All of my deepest, darkest secrets I confided in her and trusted her not to tell anyone. She was my best friend. I went everywhere with her and told her everything. It all changed…

By The Time You Turn 25

By the time you turn 25, you start to realize that everyone has been through at least one shitty relationship, has had some type of very traumatic experience happen to them, and has experienced some deep sadness. Before you realize that, you think you're the only one who has went through that stuff; and then…

The Little Things That Aren’t So Little.

Look around you. What do you see? How do you see it? Does it make you happy? Sad? Angry? Indifferent? When you see your life, the environment in which you live, the people around you, and material things in your possession, do you feel grateful? Last night I had the pleasure of going to dinner…

I Dropped Out Of College

With the school year just beginning for many ladies and gents, I find it appropriate to make the big reveal that I've officially dropped out of college. "What?!" Ha. No really. And I couldn't be happier about it. Now before you go getting all, "But you need a college degree" on me, I have one.…

Pardon Me, It Appears My Phone is Notifying Me That I Should See This Now

We've all been there before: we're out with a friend having lunch or dinner and their phone goes off. They check their phone and you go back to your conversation and everything is fine. But we all have that friend where it seems their phone is way more interesting than anything you have to say.…

The Value of College Education

  The value of a college education seems to have depleted dramatically over the last few years, leaving many college graduates disgruntled without a job and in debt with no money to offer to their student loans. I, myself, believe I am wasting my money every day I go to class. Let me explain why.…

Confessions of a Twenty-Four-Year Old

Confusion. Aggravation. Starkness. I thought life was meant to enjoy. I'm stuck in a whirlwind of disarray. I'm lost, confused, and disgusted with society, school, and work politics. Does it ever change? At twenty-four, I'm the happiest I've ever been in my life. However, I'm still as lost as I was at eighteen. Maybe even…