Lessons I've learned this past winter

It's only appropriate to write how this past winter has made me feel to my future-self since the bitterness is still real. Afterall, this is my first winter in New England. What better way to prepare myself than a list of things I should and shouldn't do. 1.) Take vitamin…

The weather does this weird, funky thing

I haven't lived in Cambridge long enough to know what the weather is like when it finally transitions to spring. I could imagine a gradual shift in rain and less snow. BUT, what if I told you that the weather was a gorgeous 59 degrees yesterday, and that today was…

Finding your inner-Richard Branson

I'm not a fan of making new year's resolutions because a.) they never work, b.) why are we so inclined to share them with others when they ask?, c.) it's a temporary feel-good knowing that we want to make positive changes, and d.) when we don't follow through, we end…

There's no crying in baseball

I can't tell you how many mornings I wake and say how much I hate my life. (Bold opening statement, I know.) I find myself in these self-loathing cycles too often. But before you judge me or call me spoiled or ungrateful, hear me out. I'm not one to complain…

Gone are the Wordpress and Tumblr days of yore

I've made the move to another publishing platform and I've yet to tool around with it. It's understood that I have a serious problem: I'm serial blogging platform hopper. So here we are again, back to the drawing board. I'm giving Ghost.org a whirl after a horrendous set up…