Happy Halloween, everyone. It’s that time of year where our worst nightmares come alive before our eyes and we surround ourselves with everything that scares us most. We even take an odd sort of pleasure in it. So let’s talk about my crippling fear of failure, shall we? Tomorrow I am starting NaNoWriMo. (For those … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Our Worst Fears
I’ve been graduated for quite a while now, but one thing I haven’t quite gotten the hang of yet — taking care of myself. Before graduating, I don’t think I ever truly realized how much the structure of school meant to me. Without it, I’ve been lost. Every single day holds uncertainty. I’m staring into … Continue reading Important Ways to Take Care of Yourself After Graduating from College
I was going to title this “Why Being Single in Your 20s is Not the End of the Goddamn World,” but that perhaps seemed a little too dramatic and perhaps like I’m attacking everyone who wants to get married right out of college. For the record, I'm not. But here's the deal: I have some … Continue reading Why Being Single in Your 20s is Actually Great
I am a hearing person. Therefore, I hope that any non-hearing people who wish to further contribute and/or correct any statements I make in the following post feel free to do so. Reading this script by Mark Medoff has its own learning curve. First, you must read all of the specifications indicated at the beginning … Continue reading CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD and Proper Deaf Representation
This has been a long time coming. I first heard about NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, when I was in high school. Now that I don't have to worry about school and rehearsals and projects and working 50 hours a week, I figured now was finally the time to put pen to paper, or fingers … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: I’m Writing a Novel in One Month and I’m Terrified.
This whole being-graduated-from-college thing has turned out to be one big wake up call. This article on the Financial Diet has been an even bigger one - one that was less gradual and way more direct. So, this is my response to it, as a girl who’s been there. Chelsea Fagan writes about this strange … Continue reading Adulting: Or Rather, Grow Up Already
Seriously, how “Fall” can I get right now? To celebrate the beginning of my very favorite season, my friends and I decided to take a trip out to the pumpkin patch. This wasn’t just any pumpkin patch, though. This was the pumpkin patch I went to as a small child. Only now, it is not … Continue reading A Day at the Pumpkin Patch