Yes, time is relative - but I still can't help but feel as though 2018 has passed particularly quickly. I am celebrating my belated one year anniversary in New Zealand!
Most of my social media revolves around travel, dining, and cultural experiences. More than once has a person commented or DM'ed me, asking, "How do you afford all this?" - in fact, my sister's birthday card to me this year contained the following:
You are almost 30 now. You look like you're having a lot of fun -
but don't forget to save for retirement."
Well, first of all, I'm nowhere near 30. Second, she didn't even with me a happy birthday in the card. And third, I'm happy to report that my financial health is quite well.
Awards season is upon us, and for me personally, they serve to sometimes validate my opinions on films I've seen over the year. I'm not a huge movie-goer although I do love the experience, and the following are seven films that were most memorable to me.
Since I was a child, outer space has always captured my imagination. This interest has not changed much as an adult, and it is always exciting to be exposed to a new facet of an interest depending on the circumstances. Specifically, the concept of life on Mars may have answers close to (my new) home.
What drives innovation? My personal answer is having an impulse to improve on a basic need. In this case, a group of Rutgers students are hoping to transform a traditional method in transportation to something affordable and accessible to the low-income masses.
And here it is, friends. The future leader of the free world, who takes office in just a few short weeks, has been selected -- or, elected. I have a lot of feelings regarding the past 48 hours, but I've summed it up to the following...
In the corporate -- and real -- world, one spends a lot of time around subliminal messaging focused on aging and the negative effects of growing old. While most people will agree that perhaps turning 50 does not bring the same elation as did turning 21, a new article by Psychology Today blames the negative feelings we have regarding aging stemming from the subliminal messaging all around us, and in fact, we can turn this around by just thinking nice thoughts.
Bridging the gap between my LinkedIn and Instagram.