I know. I know. I know. I have been MIA for months. I fell off the face of the earth. I've been derelict in my duties and neglectful of my blog and readers. See, what had happened was... I started a business in January and by March it had taken over my life, leaving precious little … Continue reading Ticket, Get Your Ticket
I am a forgetful and careless person. In elementary school my teachers would always report to my mom and dad during parent teacher conferences, "She's a bright girl but she rushes through her work and makes careless mistakes." More than one of my bosses has listed "attention to detail" as a development area on my … Continue reading You Gonna Learn Today – Returning to Work (Part 3)
Student loan forbearance is totally a thing. Here's why it's not my thing.
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I have a confession. I live in my car or at least you would think that I do if you've ever ridden in Silver Betty. "You can just toss that shoe/shirt/purse/folder/cup/trash in the backseat/trunk/under the seat," I say to any and every passenger who gets into my vehicle between her biannual cleanings. Plan B My … Continue reading Working For The Weekend – The Saga Continues…
I have been remiss, nay, dare I say derelict in my blogging duties over the last week. Not only have I not posted anything substantive, I've also been dormant on social media and have neglected to keep up with recent posts on blogs that I normally read. No, it is not the much ballyhooed blogger … Continue reading Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It’s Back to Work I Go (Part 1)
Happy Monday friends! I'm up before 7:00 a.m. ready to do battle. Well, not really me, but rather my words will be doing all the work. The good people over at Rockstar Finance (the number one site for finding all of the best personal finance content on these interwebs) selected my travel hacking post to compete in … Continue reading Let’s Get Ready To Rumble – Please Vote
One of my favorite parts of high school were the years that I spent in the Student Theater Outreach Program (STOP). STOP was a group that used the performing arts to teach about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's message of nonviolence and racial reconciliation. We wrote and performed skits and spoken word, sang gospel songs … Continue reading Sanitation Is No Service
If you couldn't tell by now I like to talk. A lot. There's a reason why so many of my posts top out at over 2000 words. Like most writers, I am very attached to the words I put on the page and think they are quite readable. However, I realize that there are people … Continue reading OMGF Podcast Episode 1 – Be Prepared
Disclosure: This post contains referral links. I may receive compensation if you choose to utilize the link and generate sales for the merchant. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Like most things I get myself into, the internet told me to do it. Last year In 2016 I was hanging out on my favorite online forum. I had recently been … Continue reading Woman of Mystery