Month: April 2018
I think I’ve pretty well decided that I am going to be going to graduate school and working on writing my books in my free time. The problem arises when I have two jobs and try to juggle that with writing and homework projects. It may not happen right-away but the goal is there. Graduate school doesn’t start until August so I have about … Read More Reality versus fiction
The title is today’s question. My anxiety has been through the roof lately with decisions on whether to go to graduate school (simply for a better paying job) versus pursing my passon (and thus, probably being poor). Anyone in society knows that only the very few (and very lucky) can have it both ways these days. It’s either money or passion? You see a … Read More When to pursue money or passion?
What is with people reading books at a seemingly super human speed? Right now, I am steadily working on reading a 500+ book (Outlander, as mentioned previously) and even though I have spent every spare waking moment reading the damn book, I am only about 20% into it. Someone at my work stated that they got a friend of theirs hooked on the series … Read More reading
I have been in the medical field for 8 years now and been a Medical assistant for just as a long. I should start by saying in 2009, a year after I graduated high school, my Dad wanted me to go to school but the problem was that I didn’t have a car or a driver license in order to get to school. So, … Read More Nursing
When I was a young teenager (literally around 12/13) I got involved in a deep and ardent love affair. With books. And fearing that this is going to be a lame blog post, I must also mention that my Dad is really the one who introduced me to reading as a hobby. I still remember going into my first bookstore, a small privately owned … Read More Joy & Interests
Today I wanted to talk about something a little hard, something that a lot of people avoid talking about for various reasons. 1) could be that is makes them uncomfortable 2) they’re scared of the subject 3) they don’t want to bring their good mood down. That subject? Mental illness. Now I’m not talking about the television version of mental problems, and every mental … Read More blackouts