The dangers of Bitchy Resting Face

The dangers of Bitchy Resting Face

Bitchy Resting Face is a real phenomenon, and it can be hazardous to your everyday life. If you haven’t watched the YouTube video that has prompted serious discussions about Bitchy Resting Face, then take ¬†look at this PSA: Obviously this video is meant as a joke; BRF isn’t really a serious disorder. Or is it? … Continue reading

Be a hero: Adopt an adult

Be a hero: Adopt an adult

For the past year or so, I’ve been volunteering on and off at a local animal shelter. I was really involved with the community relations department for about six months during my unemployment, but I decided to stop volunteering when three part-time jobs came rolling in at once. Recently I’ve began volunteering again. Every Monday, … Continue reading

Thoughts on turning 25

Thoughts on turning 25

I’m feeling a little weirded out by all of the birthday blog posts I’ve been seeing lately. Not because birthdays weird me out (well, they kind of do), but because my birthday was last week. What are the chances that a majority of bloggers I follow have late May birthdays? I hadn’t planned on writing … Continue reading

Post-grad life: Welcome to the cave

Post-grad life: Welcome to the cave

These past few weeks my Facebook newsfeed has been flooded with photos of friends wearing caps, gowns and huge smiles. Congratulations, graduated friends! Right now you’re celebrating the end of exams and classes while mourning the end of an era. You may have said tearful goodbyes to some of your friends and fondest campus locations, … Continue reading

What’s your wow factor?

What’s your wow factor?

Last week I was perusing Facebook when I came across a post from a magazine I had applied to work for. The post was introducing the person who was hired to fill the position I had applied for. More curious than anything, I clicked on the link that would introduce me to the winning candidate. … Continue reading

Defining the generation in the defining decade

Defining the generation in the defining decade

After seeing several bloggers post about “The Defining Decade: Why your twenties matter–and how to make the most of them now” by Meg Jay, I finally broke down and ordered the book off of Amazon. Meg Jay is a clinical psychologist who specializes in adult development, so she definitely knows what she’s talking about. In … Continue reading