Connections, Compromises, and Concord

Writers keep history, shape cultures, and evoke empathy. Some of those writers try to focus on releasing tension from their reality more than earning compensation for their words. Some elite writers share their ideas of history, culture, and empathy while receiving livable wages, yet I’m proud of all the writers. I’ve had success these fewContinue reading “Connections, Compromises, and Concord”

Before It’s Too Late

The other day my husband and I watched the Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma. It discusses how our phones and social media are addictive, and how we all see alternate realities online. When we finished watching, my husband said, “They should play that every year in schools.” I agreed. Since graduating college, I’ve learned thatContinue reading “Before It’s Too Late”

O Job, Where Art Thou?

Since I’ve been jobless for nearly eight months, my job search motivation fluctuates. Now that I’m not as overwhelmed, I look several times a day. The problem is most of the jobs aren’t what I really want, and I’ve already made that mistake once. The other day my husband and I watched the Netflix documentary,Continue reading “O Job, Where Art Thou?”