DENIAL is what happened When Myers-Briggs slapped me with an INTJ label. Luckily Susan Cain’s Quiet helped me own up to my introverted temperament. It’s like that ugly quilt you hide from company but pull out on the coldest of days. Share the warmth my friends....read more
Sigh…there’s nothing quite like writing in a brand new notebook, cracking open page 1 of a delicious new book or wiping your proverbial slate clean for the dawn of a New Year. “Out with the crappy old and in with the new!”, dozens of Facebook-ers proclaimed in unison...read more
This post was inspired by Simone at Skinnydip – the one where I get all personal and shizz about 2011 in order to encourage you to do the same. Holy moly a lot happened this year; take stock & surprise yourself. January: Did you sign onto new commitments for the...read more
My first instinct is to run away from things that scare me or avoid them at all costs…to protect myself and keep a sense of security I suppose. It annoys me beyond belief. I want to be Braveheart (carebears foreva). Save a horse, Ride a Cowboy Boat (or both) I...read more
It always feel surreal when vacations come to an end. You look forward to them for weeks – blink and they are done, after being holed up in a flying bubble where time seemingly stands still. I so needed to get away to distance myself from the sadness I was...read more
“I said hey baby, let’s take a walk on the wild side”: losing my gay club virginity I went with my friend Anita and two of her main gays, who I grilled with curiosity questions – obviously! One of them enjoys making out with girls just for fun which I found...read more
You frequently have the urge to stab your eyes out while sitting at your desk. It is an effort to pretend to feel alert and engaged (especially during boring meetings). Something is gnawing at the pit of your stomach each day when you walk into work (Darth Vader’s...read more
Now that you’re a super sleuth, it’s time to ditch the trench and don some dancing shoes! Note that wearing a trench coat to a dance can earn you suspicious side eye glances (you’ve been warned). In an ideal world, you would be in LOVE with your JOB,...read more
I learned a thing or two about conducting a job search from a voracious university recruitment season, as well as the last 2.5 months when I eased out of that first job into a more thoughtful and self directed search (resulted in 2 offers). First and foremost know...read more
Dare to admit the truth to yourself first, then whisper it to others before proclaiming it loudly. Dare to believe in yourself and your soul’s calling, even if no one else does. Dare to love and be loved. Dare to be YOU!
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