All across the world, there are issues working women face on a day to day basis. Either they aren't being treated properly in the workforce, aren't able to reach a high-level position, and are even sometimes paid less — women literally have it the worst. And if I ever hear a man complain in the workforce, I'm coming after him.
I imagined my life would be so different. Maybe that’s not true — I imagined what we’re taught to imagine. Go through education, get a job, get married — go the whole hog. I always knew that I’d never be able to settle for a ‘normal’ career — one where you resent your boss, resent your co-workers, resent waking up each morning and knowing you’re going back into the pit. I was so sure I’d fight to stay out of the trap that most people find themselves in — adamant not to be someone who gets to the age of 60, and wonders where their life has gone — where their chance ran off to.
Some of us get up at the crack of dawn, maybe comb our hair (baseball caps and buns usually do the trick), and head out to work/school. While some others are stumbling through the door with the scent of alcohol and tacos seeped into our clothes from the night before. Then there are some of us who are up and ready by 6am, have breakfast done, and the kids ready to go to school in a matter of seconds. No matter where your day begins, you are a millennial! Be proud too, because we make sh*t happen!
We've all been there. That amazing idea has been kicking around in your head for an entire 10 minutes and it's just way too great to not be shared with the entire world. You think — nay, you KNOW — that this concept will surely catapult you into the top echelon of great American novelists, and you are salivating at the chance to conquer the incredibly lucrative (and easy!) world of writing. Here is a list of things you should do before you begin.