I know it isn't unheard of being 25 and moving out of the nest, but try being 25, barely making minimum wage and spending your entire life hardly ever having to make a decision for yourself. Ah - And here you thought I were about to go on some tangent about being a female raised … Continue reading On Moving Out
Since I’ve plucked the courage to finally start freelance writing, I’ve gone through a rollercoaster of emotions. One moment I’m rubbing my hands together ready to get started, and the next I’m strewn across my bed wondering, what did I get myself into? These feelings have been bottled up in me since I’ve chosen to … Continue reading On Freelancing
The other day I decided to finally take the reigns in my life and take care of my finances. So I asked my financial advisor to sort my problems out (Literally, implored him to do what he felt best for myself). And there were lots of problems. Like being billed $75 monthly from a gym … Continue reading Funny Things About Stress
You don’t have to be a Yogi to benefit from these stretches. If you’re experiencing a lot of back, shoulder and neck pains, follow this quick and easy 20-minute stretch (I don’t want to say exercise because I know it sounds daunting…) video. I’ve tried several videos to help relieve my sore spots but this … Continue reading Easy Neck/Shoulder/Back Pain Stretches
Silver Linings Playbook Starring: Jennifer Lawrence & Bradley Cooper After being released from a mental rehabilitation center Pat (Bradley Cooper), moves in with his parents, determined to restore his relationship with his wife. Unfortunately for Pat, his restraining order gets in the way of his grand plan to reunite with her. Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), is … Continue reading 3 Romantic Comedies that Don’t Ooze with Cheese
My most dreaded question. Still, lots of recruiters ask this. And for good reason, I guess. I imagine the reactions I would have received had I answered honestly. Personally, I’m not a very good liar. Not for virtuous reasons. Mostly because I’m just terrible at acting. My face, my stammer and shifty eyes are … Continue reading Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?
Interracial couples isn’t an uncommon thing like it were some 15 plus years ago. It isn’t unusual to be with someone of a different race in this day and age. Right? I didn’t think so. That is, until I started getting weird questions like: “So you’re into white guys?” Sometimes this question is more of … Continue reading On Dating a “White Guy”
Here are some of my personal favourite quotes on love. What are yours? “Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” --Lao Tzu “Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” --William Shakespeare “There is always something left to love. And if you ain't learned that, you ain't … Continue reading 10 Wise Quotes on Love
Hooray for the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling! I did not think I would be receptive of a show that involves wrestling, and now I’m addicted. Jenji Kohan (Creator of Orange is the New Black)’s Netflix 80's dramedy series, is hilarious and tells an uplifting story of female unity. Alison Brie’s character Ruth, an unexceptional, … Continue reading Anyone Watch Netflix Series GLOW?
For every embarrassing moment or awkward situation you’ve ever run into, Paula and Anne offer words of comfort: “Shutup, nobody cares.” And they mean this wholeheartedly, getting listeners to understand: Hey- whatever it is you’re going through, don’t sweat it. At the end of the day whoever it is you’re worried about witnessing you as … Continue reading Tune Into @THESUNCSHOW Podcast!
Though I couldn't afford to be picky, I felt apprehensive looking for a job central downtown mostly because I hate public transportation. A two-hour long commute being cramped in the subway, stuck in a warrior pose trying to maintain my balance, drove me to reason: I like my car and I especially like my space. … Continue reading On Commuting to the City