You know those icebreakers that happen at the start of a new group program, or a Zoom meet-up, or college orientation? The ones where they ask you to tell two truths and a lie about yourself (I have an amazing hack for that game btw), or share a "fun fact" that people don't usually know … Continue reading 3 Unhelpful thoughts about writing
Happy Birthday to “The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation”
On May 19, 2019, my first book was published: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation. As of now, it’s my only published book, but that’ll change soon. In any case, this book is hugely important to me — and the people who read it and felt seen and heard and validated in their own experience … Continue reading Happy Birthday to “The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation”
What I Got Wrong: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation
I'm a published author — a fact I manage to forget on a regular basis. I started my writing journey as a minimalism blogger. I used to write about how I only owned five pairs of shoes, and how I maintained my 500 square foot apartment and didn't own a TV, and how I aspired … Continue reading What I Got Wrong: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation
Do You Have to Have Your Shit Together to Hire a Coach?
I used to think coaching was for a certain type of person. People with their shit together, really. I thought that hiring a coach was a pretty having-your-shit-together choice to make. Those were people who knew what they wanted, made a decision to hire someone to get them there, and never doubted that choice at … Continue reading Do You Have to Have Your Shit Together to Hire a Coach?
Don’t Fall for the Skinny Jeans Side Part Drama
Millennials and Gen Z are on the same side Photo by lan deng on Unsplash You've probably heard the news. Millennials' skinny jeans and side parts and love of the cry-laugh emoji are out. Not only out, they're old. If you have a side part and skinny jeans, you probably also have a grandchild, memories … Continue reading Don’t Fall for the Skinny Jeans Side Part Drama
“I Quit My Job Over #BLM” — How Millennials Are Killing Businesses from the Inside Out
Image Desc: A photo from a Black Lives Matter protest with signs unfocused in the foreground and background. A sign in the center, held up by a white-appearing person's arm, says "To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards - Ella Wheeler Cox" Photo by Zoe VandeWater on Unsplash I have a background … Continue reading “I Quit My Job Over #BLM” — How Millennials Are Killing Businesses from the Inside Out
Young Environmentalists Are the Key to Addressing Climate Change
Photo by John Cameron on Unsplash By the end of this blog, I want you to share it with at least one eligible student who you thought of while reading! Teen environmentalists have been making waves in recent years. Greta Thunberg, a 17-year-old Swedish environmentalist, address the UN Climate Change Conference in 2018 and inspired … Continue reading Young Environmentalists Are the Key to Addressing Climate Change
[Transcript] Lakewood Public Library Author Talk: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation
Hello readers! I recently recorded a Meet the Author talk at a local library. It was so much fun and I loved being able to add a little more about current events that obviously weren't covered in the book that was published a little over a year ago. You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TCjBlzc7PA … Continue reading [Transcript] Lakewood Public Library Author Talk: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation
Can You Change Your Life for Only $12?
"This book validates everything that myself and other millennials have been through. The advice is solid and will definitely help anyone with surviving what the world has to offer." "This is a book for modern PEOPLE, not just millennials. Understanding humanity is a great and daunting process. This book provided me deep understanding on multiple … Continue reading Can You Change Your Life for Only $12?
The 9 Books That Defined My 2019
Part of being a good writer is being a good reader After what can only be described as voracious reading of fiction and fantasy as a child, I lost reading for pleasure as an adult and switched only to “productive” reading. Self help. Motivation. Business building. Personal development. After several years, I let myself read … Continue reading The 9 Books That Defined My 2019