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Please...No More Answers

We seem to be living in a time where answers are plentiful but not very good. The missing Malaysian flight is proof of that fact. I turn on the news and it seems every single detail is shared, … 568 more words


I got dumped (and lived to blog about it), Part 1

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I heard this quote months ago and it really stuck with me. Not the ‘relationships are simple’ part, because that’s bullshit, but the idea that every single romantic relationship that I have in my life, aside from (hopefully) one, is inevitably going to end. 1,639 more words

Millenial Teachers

We recently interviewed a young lady named Milly for a teaching position and someone joked that she looks like she could be “one of Mr. Peña’s daughters.” The sad thing is that the person was right; I’ve hit the age that these younger educators are looking more like high school-aged kids than college graduates to me. 681 more words


In Defense of the Aimless? Jennifer Egan's "A Visit from the Goon Squad" and Tao Lin's "Taipei"

My favorite Goodreads review of A Visit from the Goon Squad questions, “When did the Pulitzer become the Puke-litzer?” The idea that Egan’s 2010 novel about the ravages of time across decades, continents, and an intricate web of characters was not worthy of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize in Fiction is not an uncommon one; with an average rating of 3.64 out of 5, 856 more words

A Visit From The Goon Squad

'Selfie' Game: The Limit Does Not Exist

These days, millennials are being called out as reckless, spoiled, festival-loving, pot-smoking Modern-day hippies. With the coming back of maxi dresses and your 22-year-old child from post-graduation comes the selfie trend, a trend sparking a variety of individuals to taking photographs of themselves with their cameras. 188 more words

Barack Obama


I might change my mind by the time I’m 30 or 40, but I’m pretty confident in saying that being in your 20′s has got to be the toughest time. 567 more words

The Cost of Living

The problem with life is that there is nothing to compare it to. My parents think I’m not working hard enough because they think they’d be working harder in my situation. 999 more words