With the Coronavirus (a.k.a. COVID-19) taking a pretty massive toll on how we function as a global society, many employers have opted to have their employees work from home. However, for individuals in fields that don't normally have these WFH opportunities or requirements, it can definitely be a difficult transition. I started my professional career … Continue reading How to Work from Home: Tips from a Seasoned Professional
Hi all, and welcome to the 2017 Chapter One Conference Blog Tour. I am very excited to be able to host Ch1Con on my blog today and tell you all about the amazing line-up for the 2017 conference. If you've never heard of Chapter One Conference (also lovingly referred to as Ch1Con) before, let me … Continue reading 2017 Ch1Con BLOG TOUR!!!
Every writer has been a young writer at some point, although I suppose there are some who didn't find writing until later in life (the exception). It would be very hypocritical of me to say that the following tips are life-altering, book-deal providing sanctions from the heavens, cause they are not. I do not have … Continue reading Tips for Young Writers
I've voted, have you? Today is election day in the United States. A new president will be decided. If you are an eligible American citizen, You NEED to get out and VOTE. I know I've said it before on this blog, but today is an extremely important day. This election is an extremely important election. … Continue reading Election Day in the USA!
"A citizen of America will cross the ocean to fight for democracy, but won't cross the street to vote in a national election." ~Bill Vaughan The United States is one month away from making another future-altering decision in its leadership. Every four years this decision is made, but it is my personal belief that this … Continue reading The Importance of YOUR Vote
This is going to be a very random post coming to you at a very random time, but there are two videos that I want to share with you. Two videos that I think everyone should see once in their lifetime. The first is amusing. The second is important (but also amusing.) #1: Even if you … Continue reading Mini Post About Nothing #23: Some Things You Should See
Exciting news: a short post! If you've been reading any of the other posts I have written about studying abroad you may be ready to pull your hair out with how long they are. BUT NOT THIS ONE! This one is perfectly short. There isn't too much I think needs to be said about the … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Pricing (Compared to the US)
Hey lovely readers! I told you a few days ago about a certain surprise I had up my sleeve and I'm really excited to share it with you. Y'all know how much I love secret surprises 🙂 A fellow writer of mine, Mariella Hunt, has released the cover for her upcoming indie novel Dissonance, a YA novel … Continue reading Dissonance REVEAL!
It's been a while since I have continued these blog posts. My apologies. So this is the big one, huh? Everyone is worried about cost. How expensive is it going to be? Is it even affordable? How am I going to be able to pay for this and school? Etc. etc. Yes, studying abroad is costly. Let … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Expenses
I'm writing this post about something I saw last night that has made me extremely uncomfortable all day, and it's something that I feel needs to be addressed whether or not that person will ever see this post. I'm sure most if not all of you are aware of the ferry accident that has devastated … Continue reading Cruel Things People Post & Support for South Korea