Realistic New Year’s Resolutions I’ll Be Making This Year
Having achieved none of my 2021 resolutions, I’ve decided to take a more realistic approach for 2022. This year, I’ve reworked all my failed resolutions of yore into something more achievable.
How I Beat Impostor Syndrome: Lessons Learned From Running Events Across Europe
My first job It turned out to be a crash course in how to go from chronically anxious people-pleaser with impostor syndrome to confident professional with relatively healthy boundaries. Here’s what worked for me.
How To Read 100 Books In A Year (From Someone Not Organized Or Good At Finishing Things)
There’s a lot of advice out there online, but most of it seems to be for the more organized, hustle-culture, productivity-booster type of individual. I do not count myself among those. I’m more of a loosey-goosey, absent-minded, eccentric-art-teacher, later-in-life-diagnosed-ADHD kind of type. And here’s what worked for me.
Rekindling the Love of Reading: What Didn’t Work & What Did
If your goal is just to read more and instill that habit into your life, especially if you’re not the most organized, type-A human being, then you’re in the right place. Here are the tips I avoided like the plague and what worked instead.
5 Lessons I’ve Learned From 26 Years Of Bad Hair Makeovers
I was not blessed with hair that naturally cascades and shines like that of a heroine in a cheap fantasy smut novel. But it’s gotten better. To avoid the same mistakes I’ve done, here’s a list of the things I’ve learned over the past 26(ish) years of bad haircuts. Avoid these if you can.