Bucket List Item #5 – Learn 5 Languages

I’m a huge proponent of self-learning.  With the advent of the internet and its widespread use and overabundant information (I have a whole spiel on this topic, which I will save for another blog post on an undetermined future date), I feel there’s very little that can’t be learned with nothing more than the will … Continue reading

Being Fierce, Building Memories, Living On

Hey, remember those fifteen years we spent watching TV and playing video games? said no one, ever. I think some people forget to live.  The most important part of my life is building memories.  And I don’t want to build them every now and then, but every day, as many and as often as possible.  … Continue reading

Mindfucked, Humbled, Proud, and Frustrated

Before you diagnose yourself with depression or low self-esteem, you might want to check to see if you are, in fact, surrounded by assholes. This was SO me last year.  I really was depressed and really did have very low self-esteem, but it was temporary and brought on by ten months of emotional abuse.  I’m … Continue reading

Candy Dish Psychology

I often feel as though I’m the only one in the Pleasanton office who isn’t a health nut.  I’m surrounded by perfectly healthy people always trying to be healthier.  Diets, healthy eating habits, the gym, Zumba–these are all very common topics of conversation in this office.  My favorite thing to do is talk about how … Continue reading

I’m Not Part of Your Collection

If there’s one lesson I’ve not just learned, but lived, it’s that in any relationship, whether it’s that of romance or friendship or even acquaintance, there has to be mutual affection.  Not just two people who care about each other, but two people who care about each other to the same degree. And then in … Continue reading