Opinion, Travel

A Response to Grant Cardone, The Millionaire That Wants Millennials to Stop Traveling

Well, well, hello Mr. Cardone (assuming this ever reaches you).  I recently stumbled upon your article that essentially urges Millennials to stop traveling and begin building their career.  While I respect your opinion, I absolutely believe this is terrible advice (sorry, that was harsh). Your article begins by stating the many benefits of traveling like… Read More A Response to Grant Cardone, The Millionaire That Wants Millennials to Stop Traveling

Teaching Tidbits

90 Days

It’s been 90 days since my first day of teaching.  90 days of singing, laughing, crying, yelling, and just about every other emotion you can imagine.  Teaching has been a lot of things to me over these last 90 days.  It’s been a job.  A challenge.  A reward.  An outlet.  A pain in the ass. … Read More 90 Days

About, Opinion

People and Places

I love to travel.  I know, I know, everyone loves to travel.  But it’s more than just relaxing and seeing new places that I love.  There’s nothing I love more than experiencing new cultures.  Meeting new people.  Trying new food.  Getting lost.  The adventure of it all.  I even love flying.  I love seeing new… Read More People and Places

About, Travel

My Bucket List

The end of the year typically forces us to remember the highs and lows of the previous year and set some unrealistic goals for the following one.  We usually call them “New Year’s Resolutions”, but more often than not, they end up being “Things I Should Do This Year but Probably Won’t”.  Don’t get me… Read More My Bucket List

Travel

48 Hours in Malaysia

I’m not sure if it was the incredible array of food, the friendly, English speaking (always a plus) locals, or the beautiful buildings scattered about the city, but something about this place forced its way to the top of my list of favorite cities (ok, it was prob the food).  While I’m not sure any… Read More 48 Hours in Malaysia

Teaching Tidbits

6 Weeks

It’s been just about six weeks since I had my first day in the classroom and I feel just about as clueless as I did on day one…kidding.  I’ve definitely come a long way since I had my rather eventful first day (you can read more about that day here), but that’s not to say… Read More 6 Weeks

Teaching Tidbits

Day One

My first day of teaching happened to fall on the week of Halloween.  Which is actually pretty fitting, considering all day I kind of felt like I was just dressed up as a teacher and not actually a teacher.  Which is also kind of inconvenient considering I actually am a teacher.  And I’m expected to… Read More Day One