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Looking Back...The Grass was Greener

Here I am, sitting at my tiny little desk, in a tiny little corner…sitting completely alone in a boring, cold, and somewhat sterile feeling office. I’ve been sitting here alone for what seems like hours now, literally staring at the clock…my only purpose being here is “in case the phone rings” and it’s not, it hasn’t all day. 1,348 more words

Life...in General

My first year in business

A year ago I was crying on the phone with my mom.  I was scared.  I didn’t want to leave the comfortable life I was living.  1,030 more words


Time Keeps on Ticking, Ticking, Ticking.... Into the Future

Hello, faithful friends of Midwestern Plants!!

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know that autumn brings less and less topics to write about, let alone that season of white groundcover! 920 more words


Post Grad: When Expectations Don't Meet Reality

I’ve been going through a bit of post grad blues. Recently, I’ve been wondering if what I am doing now is what I want to be doing in the future and I honestly have no idea what the answer is yet… 645 more words

Her The Blog
Today is day 2-3 of my self taught Programming. One thing that I will say about it off the back is that it is exciting. This is the most interesting thing that I have done in a long time. 552 more words

It will work out

When I decided to leave full-time law to dive into the world of chocolate and cacao, in order to allay my fears, I had to remind myself of all the times in my life when “it has all worked out.” And to this day, when I’m worried about making a decision, I tell myself the same. 331 more words


The Basics of Business Etiquette

Part one of three Publications posts discussing etiquette.  This series is intended to help students and new professionals navigate the social expectations of our profession and provide a few useful tips that can set you ahead of other job candidates. 1,329 more words