This is me trying to get back into the habit of writing, okay?
One of my bad habits is collecting too many books to read at once. From what I understand of the bookish community, this is not uncommon. In a world full of books, from classics to smut to modern award-winners, there are just too many to read in a lifetime. And so, here are the six … Continue reading ready, set, read (a lot)
If I go on a wine tour I'm basically an expert.
My current work situation is not unlike many other people’s around my around age: I have two jobs-- one in retail and an internship in the city. Basically, I’ve been working so much I hardly have time to think about anything else. Now, this isn’t something I dreamed of doing post-grad. In an ideal world, we … Continue reading balancing work with…work
So about the title...I guess local is relative to your location-- let's call this segment cheap and local(ish). Moving on... Coincidentally, on the first day of the Fall 2016 semester (aka the reality of my graduation officially being cemented) I found myself in New Paltz visiting a friend. While roaming around, I wandered into Barner Books, … Continue reading cheap + local: barner books
A look at an impressive work of art on the cusp of the Catskills.
...and I must go to the spa.
*looks around* Honestly, I hate all of you.
I’ve had multiple remote internships but only had my first “real” internship the second semester of my senior year of college. Though no job came out of this time, I couldn’t have asked for a better experience. I feel that in six month’s time, I grew more in this office than I had any time previous during … Continue reading what you can take away from an internship when it isn’t money