It’s been a long time since I’ve had to do any career-specific soul searching. I think the last time I did was back in 2016 and a little bit into early 2017. It was only 3-4 years ago, but it feels like a lifetime ago that I’ve had to swim in uncertainty and doubt. Well, … More Autumn Rumination
I hear the music in the background, as if the sound is reaching me underwater. The green on the trees, the plants, and the stems of flowers is as if a painter forgot to mix in the brown or the yellow or the blue or the orange to make it less fluorescent. The white blossoms … More White Wine Sangria on a Friday
So much of my life, I’ve had something to look forward to. But for the first time, there’s no foreseeable future.
Here’s what I want for Christmas (or the New Year):
I’m definitely going to look back on this point in my life and realize how trivial it all was and how, as per usual, melodramatic I was.
So here we are, another summer has faded into fall.
The other night, I found myself at a happy hour at Dos Caminos on Third Avenue. While it’s usually known as a lively Mexican restaurant, on this snowy Saturday afternoon, it became the hub for any and all post-grad degenerates.
1. Life is short and long 2. Learn about compound interest 3. People around you make all the difference 4. Stay open-minded 5. Experience all cultures – Eastern, Western… 6. Stay positive 7. Even when things get tough, there are so many other things you need to think, do, and experience 8. Don’t worry about … More 21 Pieces of Advice I Was Given Just Yesterday