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Budgeting Isn’t For Everyone

Budgeting. A word I absolutely can't stand. I'm not a money person. I don't know finances that well. If someone asked me about APR, escrow, or stocks I would probably cry and blubber in front of them. And, truthfully, I don't believe in budgeting for myself. For me, budgeting is simply cutting things out that… Continue reading Budgeting Isn’t For Everyone

Visual Effects: Why I Suck at Them

Visual effects¬†are important to blogging. Though I'm not sure why in some cases. Some articles I read and there are fifty pictures and I'm the idiot who doesn't look at a single picture and just wants to drink in all the words. That's who I am. There are just some posts I don't feel need… Continue reading Visual Effects: Why I Suck at Them

The Importance of Exit Interviews

Before my last job, I had no idea that exit interviews were even a thing. No job before that one had done them - as if an exiting employee can give no company advice ever. Companies, more often than not, don't even care what you have to say as you exit their company. Once you've… Continue reading The Importance of Exit Interviews

High Employee Turnover: Why More Companies Should Care

I think we've all been at a company where about every month they're replacing another employee. We watch as our employers waste resources on training new employees when they should be taking care of the employees they already have. And maybe the reason they're always training someone new is because they have to keep firing… Continue reading High Employee Turnover: Why More Companies Should Care

Story Time: Getting Dined and Dashed On

To me dating is exhausting, cumbersome, and sometimes humiliating. Since I've moved to Denver, though, I can chock just about every single experience I've had with the opposite sex to a fail. It's like men have no idea how to be gentlemen anymore and women have no idea how to make them wait until the… Continue reading Story Time: Getting Dined and Dashed On

28 Learned Lessons: Some Life Advice

28 years 28 long years. Let's face it, a lot of people my age never thought they'd graduate high school let alone make it to the age we are. 28 is hard to grasp for me. For quite some time, I really didn't think I had what it took. Maybe I did. Or maybe I… Continue reading 28 Learned Lessons: Some Life Advice

Starting a Blog: This is Part II

When I first started 'blogging' I was a teenager. I didn't have what it took. I didn't care to put the time¬†or energy into it. I wanted it to pay my bills and that was that. I didn't think I needed to know anything. At all. I didn't know how to get to the point… Continue reading Starting a Blog: This is Part II