Being a young professional, balancing social and work life can be hard. Especially at first! My entire life growing up all the way until I graduated college, I was a workaholic, always striving to be the best and work the hardest. Putting in the extra hours at the newspaper, working out an extra hour at … Continue reading Buy the ticket, take the trip, enjoy your LIFE!
When I was still living in Little Rock, I worked at an agency called Team SI. The SI stands for social innovation – sounds like a pretty sweet gig, right? Right! I wrote this blog urging brands to give their online presence a makeover, and thought it relevant for all you summer planners. Summer is … Continue reading Give your digital presence a facelift
I should have lifted you up, praising each attribute and letting you know that it's okay to be different. In fact, it's cool to be confidently you.
As I was huffing and puffing at the gym last night, willing myself to keep going, I came to the realization: I have been praying for this exact moment. Five years ago, I injured my back while I was studying abroad in Germany. No, it wasn't some dramatic fall or injury, I just basically woke … Continue reading Trucking Through the Trauma
The intruding thoughts, the paranoia, the hurriedness to finish a task, is it all just in my head? Yes. But, also no. Of course the thinking is literally in my head. But, I'm not making up all these negative obtrusive thoughts. Or am I? You see, when you think 1,000 thoughts in a minute's time it can … Continue reading Is it all in my head?
I am tired. Tired of being the life of the party. Tired of being the one who puts in the extra work. Tired of being the funny one everyone looks to for a laugh. Tired of being the go-to friend for advice. Tired of being the optimistic bubbly person everyone thinks I am. (Which, don't get … Continue reading Life’s not all rainbows and butterflies
You make a little video of play time at the dog park on a beautiful sunny and 70 degree day in November – that's Texas for ya 🙂