If my absence for the last couple weeks will probably lead you to believe, I’ve had a whirlwind couple of weeks. So much so that I’ve had a pretty tough time keeping up with the blog. BUT with all that being said, I don’t believe that life’s purpose is to simply work work work, so […]
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I’m not going to lie to any of you: it’s weird how much I love my bank. I’ve been with Ally Bank for over 7 years now, and I have absolutely loved every last minute of it. Today I’m going to explain to you why pretty much every other bank sucks, and why Ally rules. […]
This week’s financial tip comes to you from an inspirational conversation I had from someone at a July 4th party a couple weeks ago. I was sitting at a table, sipping on a drink that was way too fruity for me to casually admit to people I don’t know, and the people around the table turned […]
Engaging in hypotheticals can go one of two ways: you either end up feeling like you’ve wasted a bunch of time talking about something that would never happen, or you spend 20 minutes reveling in a dream-like state. For me, I generally like engaging in hypotheticals. Call me a dreamer (or a typical millennial) but […]
After over a year of blogging, I’ve come to realize that I am one verbose mother trucker. I mean, I literally have articles that I hit 3,000 words and have to tell myself, “Woah, sparky, slow it down a little bit.” As such, I’m going to be saving my big weekly articles for Sundays, just […]
Ahh, the first week of school. Kids are running around like maniacs thrilled to be back, swearing up and down main street because they haven’t had adults yelling at them about cursing for 2 1/2 months talking excitedly about what they had done over the summer. On the teacher side of things, it can be pretty […]
Say it with me people: “Click Bait.” Yep, that title exists for one purpose and one purpose only: to pull you into an article and perhaps get you to buy something (well, not this article, but you get my point). Here’s the really sad thing, though: I made that title ironically. Why, might you ask? Well, […]
Disclaimer: For the last week, I’ve been dealing with that one thing that all teachers learn to dread… BACK TO SCHOOL WEEK! With that being said, I’ve been working a lot more this week then I have in the last few months combined (at least, on teaching). That means that today’s post is going to […]
I remember being 7 or 8 years old when I first rode a roller coaster. It was a wooden, rickety ol’ bastard that seated 4 people in a car. It was blue, didn’t really go up that high, and had no loops, no hardcore turns, and no fear-inducing name like “The Cobra” or “The Whiplash”. […]