Today, I wasn’t ID’d for Wine at the Grocery Store and other ramblings

It has officially been four months since I graduated with my Master's, popped out a baby, and basically resigned myself to SAHM status. It's taken these four months for me to get over my shell shock of how last year turned out--and to begin a long road of acceptance that life plans, well, are just … Continue reading Today, I wasn’t ID’d for Wine at the Grocery Store and other ramblings

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The magic of an internship, and how one jump-started my career

It’s my junior year of college and I’m beginning to panic. What the heck will I do after I graduate? With student loans piling up, and the real world breathing down my neck, I realize that I need some sort of action plan. Not all undergraduate programs require an internship experience, but to understand  life … Continue reading The magic of an internship, and how one jump-started my career

On Chacos: Words to their snobbish despisers

Some people love to hate on Chacos, loudly proclaiming that those “rubber Jesus sandals” are butt ugly,  like in this article. Obviously, these despisers have never donned the addicting, versatile shoe. So, to all of those haters out there, open your ears, open your minds. In case we have forgotten, yoga pants were originally made for...yoga. … Continue reading On Chacos: Words to their snobbish despisers