Anything But A Victim

Today was my last day at job number two. I think. Kind of. I mean, I carried my box of stuff out of the little folding table that serves as my office in the corner of someone else's cubicle. Over the year I was there, I went from an office. To a cubicle. To a … Continue reading Anything But A Victim

Spartan & How North Carolina Damages Friendships

Fair warning. There is language in this one. Go ahead and close out now if you prefer to avoid talks about things like poo. We good? Ok. Are you familiar with the term shit show? No? Then clearly you haven't spent much time with me or my friends. My life, in general, has been a … Continue reading Spartan & How North Carolina Damages Friendships

A Different Take On Valentines Day

So, it’s Valentine’s Day. Did you know? If you have any contact with any form of social, real world or media, you know. Personally, I don't really care. I’ve never been particularly excited nor particularly resentful about the day.  I just don’t care. But this year, I’m reflecting on some things and this “holiday” seems … Continue reading A Different Take On Valentines Day

Shining Through Imposter Syndrome

Have you heard of this? It's been around a while, but I've only recently begun to understand how it applies to me. If you're not familiar, basically the Imposter Syndrome is a fear of being discovered as not being smart enough or good enough or ... enough. Being a fraud. It's an inability to internalize … Continue reading Shining Through Imposter Syndrome

Seeking Discomfort To Develop Strength

  Sitting in a coffee shop with two of the strongest women I know. It has been a long weekend already and I'm exhausted. Listening to them and thinking back on conversations I've had with others, I recognize how beautiful the exhaustion I'm feeling is. My exhaustion came from a weekend of awesome experiences. Seeing … Continue reading Seeking Discomfort To Develop Strength