Tweet Hey how’s it going? It’s been a crazy year hasn’t it? Not only did you survive another year of college, but you also graduated! You are done with school, possibly forever. Right now, you are probably ecstatic that it’s fall, but you are also coping with that weird feeling that for the first fall
Tweet Post-graduate life has been a whirlwind of events both good and bad. I’ve been making life-changing decisions and adjusting to a lot of change and it’s only the beginning of adulthood. To my future self, I have been content with myself, as I have the desire to learn more about who I am
Tweet Dear future me, It is hard to say where you’ll be or what you’ll be doing. The future is always uncertain. There is no telling where you’ll be living and working. Tragedies could hit. Relationships could change. One thing is certain. No matter what, you are still me and we have the same goals,
Tweet Step into the lovely life of an Event Coordinator for a moment. When I was contemplating about what topic to choose, I thought why not my job? I like to claim that I began my event coordinating at the young age of 10. I planned my extravagant birthday parties, day camps, and family outings.
Tweet Blogging for the past few weeks on Brandkit has been a lot of fun! The start of blogging at Brandkit coincided with the height of a busy season at work, and it has been worthwhile to have some forced reflection time each week to think about what I want out of life and what my
Tweet Ever since I was little, people have been asking me: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I remember getting asked this question as early as first grade. I said a teacher and a ballerina. I was a pretty ambitious kid. By the time I was in middle school, I decided on becoming
Tweet My ideal life is, quite simply, a full one. I want to try new things, travel, and learn as much as possible. That being said, I also want to settle down close to my parents, get married, and have a family. I’ve talked about how life-changing my experiences on the West Coast were, and
Tweet I started working as an intern at a magazine last week, and I love everything about it. The publishing company for which my magazine is a part of is huge, with offices throughout America and even one in the Mecca for all aspiring writers – New York. I love swiping my keycard to gain
Tweet I don’t even know if I could give a specific scenario of where I would be in my ideal life. In a perfect world I would have a job that is just the right amount of predictable and unpredictable. Currently my job is very unpredictable and my hours are very irregular, something that I
Tweet The fact that I am graduating in May has been on my thoughts a lot this summer. I keep wondering what I’m going to do next. Every time I think of an idea, I come up with an excuse of why I can’t make it happen. The most common excuse is lack of funds.