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How to Be Single...This Valentine's Day

“Wherever you are, be all there.”-Jim Elliot

It’s that time of year.  Valentine’s Day.  The couples are either basking in the joy of the holiday–or trying to pass themselves off as too hipster to care about such a “cliche” holiday.   520 more words



Before you are allowed to work in Disneyland resort, no matter what role you are given, you must go through Traditions.

Traditions is made up of a few classes with the rest of those in the DCP that teaches you how Disney runs as a corporation and resort, how they want us to make Disney Magic day in and day out, and what makes Disney successful. 1,133 more words

Disney College Program

The NYC Apartment Search: A Memoir, Part 1

Part 1: Studios and Misfits

Being in a long-term sublet has it’s pros and cons. Pros: Fully furnished (and usually well), utilities included (not mine), and typically easy to pay rent given you go through an online service like AirBNB. 352 more words


If you have never ever read my blog before, and never met me in real life (What, do you live under a rock or something?) you might not have noticed that I sometimes maybe jump to conclusions a little bit faster than I should.  1,254 more words

Scorching Hot Toddy for the Good Person's Soul

I have had a few people ask me what the point in writing my blog with the theme of being kind to others was. “We should all be old enough to be nice to each other,” a friend of mine said. 1,064 more words

Living in Gender Neutral Housing

When I decided to room with someone of the opposite gender than me, it really didn’t cross my mind that this was unusual. To me, I just wanted to live with a close friend, regardless of gender. 309 more words

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Do You Know How Long I've Been Home?

Do you?

Do you know?

Do you know that I walked in the door after spending time after school, feeling nothing but hunger deep in my stomach, so I sat down and grabbed my leftovers and started eating them, wanting nothing more than a quiet moment, tired beyond belief? 184 more words