To finish off my little apartment series here, I wanted to share the top 10 things that helped me live in my own apartment and make it my own!
Chores! A word that made us all cringe as a child. Now that I’m in my own place though, I love having them!
I’ve finally started my new job! Whoo! Yesterday was my first day and it was great, but getting back into the swing of things is going to take a bit of getting used to.
In my last post, I talked all about finding my apartment! While I was looking for an apartment, I was also spending a lot of time on Pinterest and Instagram thinking of how to decorate it.
I talk a lot about living alone and the big life changes I have gone through or I’m still going through when it comes to post-grad adulting. One of the biggest changes was finding and moving into my own apartment.
I’ve briefly mentioned an interview in some previous posts and I was sure I didn’t get the job. Well now I have a life update!
Leaving middle school in 2009, I was pushing 130 pounds. Once my hormones settled a bit and I began to play volleyball year round, I ended my freshman year at 108, but even at my smallest, I saw myself as fat and felt that I a lot of weight to loose.
After almost three weeks in Europe with my family, I realized what kind of traveller I am and my preferred way to be a tourist.
Everybody talks about their “dream job” and where they see themselves working in 5, 10, or 20 years. But what if… I don’t know…?
Articles are saying that millennials are jumping from job to job more than previous generations. Here are my thoughts and eperiences.