I was a creative child. If you had asked me who I wanted to be when I grew up, my answer would have been a best-selling author and poet. I wanted to live in Greenwich Village and attend NYU (New York University) to study movie production and theatre arts. Read More
There will always be times when you’ll struggle to get everything done on your to-do list. Even those of us with the most proficient time management skills find that the clock is our enemy at times. So what can you do when you can’t get to everyone you need to? Simple. Get them to come to you.
There are many reasons to consider getting a roommate. You may be new to an area, and sharing a home or apartment will improve your social circle, help you feel more secure, and aid you in getting acclimated faster. Or, you may be trying to save money and splitting your housing costs will help your efforts substantially.
No matter how little time we think we have, we all need a break sometimes. After a week of work stress, family stress, and traffic, spending time with your friends, for a night out, can be just what you need. The first thing that usually comes to mind is meeting for dinner or drinks – you know, just to catch up…
I don’t subscribe to the notion that relationships are hard.
Relationships are built on effort and the desire to be and stay connected to your partner. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been involved with your loved one… if you’re reading this post, they mean a lot to you. But being happy in a relationship doesn’t mean that there isn’t room for improvement.
I have a confession to make. I was future-focused for far too long. It took some serious introspection to realize that I was draining all of the fun, happiness, and peace of mind out of my own life. I knew from a young age that my purpose in life was to help others discover, embrace and live in complete freedom. And I operated on the same principles, always working towards spiritual, financial and time freedom. I had a clear picture of my ideal life and I was laser focused on it.