Wedding Stress: 3 Weeks of Honesty

Getting married is an exciting thing, a celebration of two people’s love and two families coming together. Paige and I knew going into it that the description above is fantastic, maybe a little less than realistic, but if ever there was a time for optimism, then our wedding was perfect. Right? What we didn’t realizeContinue reading “Wedding Stress: 3 Weeks of Honesty”

Daily Blogging: 2 Week Mark

It’s Friday, and the week has been full of new things, posts on politics, fashion, student issues, and occasionally a mention of joblessness in the face a wedding. Today however, considering the weekend is on the brink of beginning, I’ll go easy. When I told Paige that I was no longer going to be workingContinue reading “Daily Blogging: 2 Week Mark”

Non-Profit: Not Just My Wallet

Photo: Paige Hogan I had never considered non-profits in terms of where my future might take me. In fact, I really thought it was just a cruel reference to the ongoing state of my wallet. But, as I find myself jobless, a month before getting married, non-profits may actually be the answer to my prayers.Continue reading “Non-Profit: Not Just My Wallet”

Don’t Waste Your 20s

“You’re 20s are when you put in all your work.” I’ve been given this advice a few times since graduating, especially as I hunt for jobs and ways to manage my student loans. The problem with working away your 20s though, they go fast and before you realize it you’re 40 and still haven’t doneContinue reading “Don’t Waste Your 20s”

The Engagement Center: Because You Can Totally Force Learning

There’s a reason “The Engagement Center” will be the “first-of-its-kind”, because it’s the dumbest thing I’ve heard. I’m not a fan of No Child Left Behind, and agree that everything should be done to make schools accessible to kids everywhere, but part of the problem with public education is the idea that you can forceContinue reading “The Engagement Center: Because You Can Totally Force Learning”

The US Open: A Lasting Memory

It wasn’t on my bucket list, but the US Open is one thing that I’m glad I can say I’ve done. Paige Hogan Sure, I knew that games make sets, makes a match, but that was about it. I’ve seen Nadal, Federer, and Murray, aside from remembering the likes of Agassi and Sampras. Beyond that,Continue reading “The US Open: A Lasting Memory”