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”

Creativity’s Nontraditional Path

There’s uncertainty in how I want to live and how to do so. The uncertainty stems from the variety of perfectly sufficient ways to live a content and happy life. The decisions we must make to reach the outcome of satisfaction and happiness aren’t easily decided, accepted, or enforced, while life throws us curve ballsContinue reading “Creativity’s Nontraditional Path”

Why Major in English?

In fifth grade, a sweet girl from school bought me the first book I’ve ever been somewhat excited about: Twilight. We were in the same reading class together; the class that struggled to read fast enough for standardized regulations. Our reading tests only consisted of reading as many words as we could before the timerContinue reading “Why Major in English?”

Why Blogging?

After a rocky finish to a fairly successful college career, I searched on Indeed, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and ZipRecruiter everyday for jobs that pertained to writing (as long as they weren’t writing truck routes and loading plans). If you’re wondering how that went, I’m still looking. I applied for a website content writer (it was aContinue reading “Why Blogging?”