It’s April 2020. By now, all we know is protecting ourselves and others from coronavirus and quarantine life. It’s been tough to remember what “normal life” was like anymore. Continue reading
I’ll confess my official move to the Mini-apple did not begin on a glamorous note. I was yearning to move into the city for a couple years now. Continue reading
A couple weeks ago, I was essentially offered my dream job/internship. But there is a catch: the pay and the fact it’s part-time. Continue reading
Last weekend was the first time I returned to Eau Claire after moving away a couple months ago. The occasion for my return was for no other than the inaugural Eaux Claires festival. Eau Claire history was being made and it was a magical experience to be a part of it. Continue reading
As I am on the quest to find the next step in my career journey, I have been working as a full-time nanny to keep the funds from running dry. The family I work for is great, and live along Grand Avenue in St. Paul. So when they asked me to house/dog-sit for them while they were on vacation, I couldn’t help but get excited. Continue reading
I graduated in December 2014, so it might not be entirely accurate to call myself a recent graduate anymore. However, it is just now beginning to sink in. The internship I worked at during my last semester of college hired me for a temporary position. Now that has ended and I am restarting the job search and living in a new city, I cannot help but wonder if those 4.5 years were enough to prepare me for where I am now. Here are some little conclusions I drew from my post-grad life. Continue reading
It would seem I am experiencing a case of culture shock, when only moving an hour away from my previous home in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. In my two weeks of living here, here is what stood out to me so far.
My last blog post was in February when I chopped my hair off. Goodness, it’s June now. I took a hiatus because I was ashamed. Frustrated. Annoyed, embarrassed, just feeling asldkfjiwdof. I am not even sure what that means or says either, but that would be the best way to describe my emotions the past few months.
It was something I debated for a while. I told myself this past summer that when I graduate from college in December, I will chop my hair off as a symbol of crossing over into the adult world. I wanted to break away from carefree college years and behave more like a grown-up.
I have this curse of looking years younger than I really am, so as someone who is currently on the job hunt, I wanted potential employers to take me more seriously. Continue reading