Awesome Epistolary Novels

There are few things I love more than reading books and writing letters. So, I suppose it makes perfect sense that I adore a good epistolary novel. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, epistolary novels tell their story through a series of letters, diary entries, or documents. For me, this format evokes a…

30 Lessons I Learned By 30

This post originally appeared on my new page, Cappuccinos & Chaos. Head there to read more. Today just happens to be my birthday, and not just any birthday at that. The big 3-0 is finally here, and I am not sure how I feel about it.  As much as I swore I wouldn’t have an existential crisis…

The Upside Of Unemployment

I have been quite silent as of late, in case you haven’t noticed. I’m a bit mad with myself over it, as I was reaching a good stride with regular posting. I have been going through a small crisis, you see, that has pulled me away from almost everything. Shortly before I posted my plea…

A Day In The Life

My alarm is blaring, signalling that it’s time for me to wake up, despite the feeling that I just fell asleep. 4:45 am – waking up this early is inhuman. I aggressively rub sleep from my eyes and fight to drag myself from the warmth of my bed. I quietly exit the bedroom and make…

Bitter F-Bombs & The Death of Volunteerism

I recently posted about how tired I always am and the list of responsibilities I always have to attend to. Of all those obligations you would think there would have to be something expendable going on that I might eliminate. Perhaps, to those not in the know, the logical thing to do would be to…

5 Reasons I am Over NYC –Right Now

Okay – I am back. For real this time. Finally completing my last post seems to have opened a levy in my mind and I am writing like crazy, so get ready to be sick of me. Today I decided that I have had it with New York City and all of its shenanigans.  …