In the past couple of years, I have realized how terrible some millennials are at communication. I’m not sure if technology has completely ruined all hope of real relationships or if people are just THAT oblivious. And I’m not just referring to significant others either. I’m talking specifically about friendships.
There is so much chaos going on in the world. I recently watched 13 Reasons Why and it brought up some dark memories from my past that I know are relevant in others’ present. Throughout the past couple of days, I’ve had a dark cloud looming over me knowing that these terrible things happen in our schools.
Then, when I logged into Skype this morning, my friends were discussing the Manchester bombing. Since I try to stray away from the news, I had no idea that something this horrific had happened. How could someone target small children like that?
If you haven’t caught on yet, I quit my job two weeks ago. Friday was my last day and I’m still getting used to the entrepreneur lifestyle.
The idea has been swimming around in my mind for a couple of months but I didn’t feel like I was in the position to take that leap yet. I had just adopted a puppy, I was living in a beach house in Southern California, and I didn’t have another source of income.
You may have noticed that I’ve been off the radar for a few days. Well, that’s because I was on vacation in CUBA! A lot of you have been asking if it’s even legal for Americans to visit the island and I can assure you that it is. Although it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, my friends and I had an absolute blast.
For the longest time, I had a negative relationship with money. Thinking about it stressed me out and I had no idea how to handle this area of my life. Although I still struggle with budgeting, I’ve found some ways to save hundreds of dollars each year. Blowing each paycheck can be super tempting in your twenties which is why you should start training your brain to save now before it’s too late.