For the lore, we need to go back a decade to the year 2011. I was a senior in high school, and I was making a lot of friendship bracelets by knotting embroidery floss. Somehow I got the idea to sell the bracelets for a few dollars each and to usses that money to donate … Continue reading A Somewhat New Venture
Happy 2021 everyone! I hope everyone's first days of the year have been promising for what is to come. I have some projects in motion that I cannot wait to tell you about, but first I want to reflect on some things from last year. First up will be my reading list. I had a … Continue reading Books of 2020
Happy new year! Welcome to a clean state. The book is empty. Choose your word of the year. Make your resolution goals obtainable. This is your time. I'll talk about my own visions for 2021 and my reflections on the year that doesn't exist later. For now, enjoy the champagne!
As 2021 approaches, I have been making a to-do list of things I need to look into over the next year. Come February, I will have been a legal adult for a decade. I still don’t feel like a true adult. While I consider my self lucky, especially for a millennial, I also know I … Continue reading Let’s Talk Adulthood
It is time for the next round of controversial Christmas opinions. This time, I'm talking movies. And I am considering the Christmas specials (30 minute cartoons usually) as movies for this. Throw all the snowballs and coal you want. The Santa Clause 3: The Escape ClauseElfThe Santa ClauseRise of the GuardiansFred ClausA Christmas Story How … Continue reading My Top 10 Christmas Movies
At the end of the tax season tunnel. While Friday is business return deadline and everyone is stressed, we have just over a month until freedom. And for me, that freedom means actual weekends and Disney World. Things have gotten to a slightly more manageable than they were. I'm settling into this senior role with … Continue reading There’s a light…
Gosh, what a year. I passed the CPA exam, swam with sea turtles, started with a personal trainer, and did a bunch of stuff in between. As for my 2018 goals, let's review together: Pass the CPA exam- check! Lose 10 pounds and be healthier- I could have done better here. I got really close … Continue reading 2018: A Reflection
November 2, 1982 Victoria skipped through the front door and immediately ran upstairs to get her new Barbie. It was her favorite gift from her birthday, but her parents would not let her take it to school to show her friends. Humming John Cougar’s “Jack and Diane,” she made her doll dance in the air … Continue reading A Blurb from a Work in Progress