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The Story I Was Never Going To Tell
Before I start, I would like you to know, this is a story that I was going to take to the grave. When I was younger I worked in a hair salon. On day, I had an exceptionally large lunch, and as I was closing up, I realized there was simply no way I was going to make it home without using the bathroom. I will regret that decision for years to come.
How To Save A Life: An Interview
In March of 2021, my brother Mathew donated bone marrow in hopes of saving a life. I decided to interview him on the experience.
Going to my 'Happy Place'
Some days, work is just draining. ( Well, most days) Leaving the office in a bad mood can put a damper on the rest of your night, which is why your ‘driving home’ playlist can be absolutely crucial. To take me out of the work mindset, I like to refresh myself with music that takes me to my happy place. “And where is that?” you might ask.
Q-tips are sharp, trust me.
I am not accident prone, I just find myself in odd situations. Like the time my mother had to bring me to the emergency room at 3:00am, with a pad on my left ear and a medical bandage wrapped tightly around my head.
The Time Mom Almost Killed The Kids In Disney
Since I am a legal adult, meaning social services can not take me away due to child endangerment, I am going to tell you the story about the time my mother almost killed my brother and I.
An Unorthodox Easter
My mother calls me a cashew, like the nut. Since my father is catholic and my mother is Jewish, I seem to be stuck in between the two religions. If you combine the words catholic and Jewish, we can pretend it would make a word close to cashew, right? Although neither my brother nor I were raised religiously, we do still celebrate the holidays. (I would have to argue that this is more for our grandparents sake then ours, but that is just the angsty teen in me coming out.)
Five Quotes From Books That Changed My Life
A wise, slightly manipulative, and possibly Slytherin, Albus Dumbledore once said,” Words are our most inexhaustible source of magic.” As a bookworm, this has been proven to me time and time again. Often, authors have managed to give me chills, goosebumps, wet eyes or a sense of enlightenment, with just a few words on a page. It’s why I like to read. The right book can change your life.
Debt: You might not want it but you sure do need it.
From a young age, we are told to avoid debt at all costs. Credit cards are taught to be the equivalent to the devils currency. Most of my friends avoided getting a credit card for years because they were under the impression that it was synonyms with debit. I am about to turn twenty-two, and the biggest lesson I have learned in my short stay in the ‘adult world’ is that debt, if done correctly, is a very good thing.