8: untapping a childlike flow of creativity

More than once, I’ve sat down to write my daily post and just felt rather uninspired.

Which is a bummer, sure, but also just perplexing because I know I have this vivid imagination inside of my head that’s just teeming with creativity and ideas.

I just don’t always know how to tap into it. Continue reading “8: untapping a childlike flow of creativity”

7: best coast

PDX skyline

The universe shone its favor down upon me this past summer, blessing me with a flexible work schedule, long weekends and a variety of travel opportunities. I’ll probably do several posts about my summer ’16 adventures.

This post is about a short trip I took with my dad and his college roomie to Oregon. Continue reading “7: best coast”

5: roasted bean water

I wrote the last several posts sitting in the exact same spot in my bedroom.

So I decided to get out of my house today, get some fresh air, and try writing in a new environment. Continue reading “5: roasted bean water”

4: belly scratch

Tonight I can’t sit still.

I have far too much on my mind, and my train of thought keeps leaping from one track to the next with a will of its own, and I can’t just write about one thing for very long. Continue reading “4: belly scratch”

3: my first real job interview was a scam

I’m trying to move out of my parents’ home.

This has proven no easy feat. In the seven months I’ve been out of school, I’ve interviewed at a grand total of 5 companies.

If that number seems low to you, trust me – I feel the same way. But when I got out of school, I vastly underestimated just how frustrating a job search can be.

Continue reading “3: my first real job interview was a scam”