Guests hardly ever believe me when I tell them I live in New York City for two years. How could a raft guide live there? There’s no rafting there.
What’s the key to travel writing? How do you break into an industry that so many people want to be a part of? More importantly, how do you separate yourself from the hoard? Having written for the Fashion Tech industry, had a story about life as a raft guide published, and traveled around the world,Continue reading “Travel Writing: Finding My Voice”
If you went to college, thought about college, or encouraged your own child to go to college, then you’re probably guilty of saying that you were making an investment in the future. Considering that any investment is an investment in the future, the statement alone seems silly, but that’s beside the point. What has meContinue reading “Investing In The Future: The Greatest Paradox”
It’s been a well established factor of every American’s life since the late 90s that a college degree is required for a halfway decent future. But is that really the case? Gif via Chekovy.tumblr.com As startups and 20-somethings launch their ways through the fog of the saturated job market, it’s left some people wondering ifContinue reading “College: Is It Worth It?”
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”
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”