I'm concerned. I'm concerned because I'm one that gets all sorts of feels for the general well-being of others. It genuinely bothers me when I look around and I see folks who are struggling beyond measure. People who feel like no matter what they do, they can never get ahead; never "retire". Struggle and hardship … Continue reading A Brighter Future Through Us.
Angels come in many forms
I haven't posted on here in awhile, but today seems fitting for me because it's my biggest reflection day of the year. Today happens to be the start of my 27th chapter on this planet! This time instead of just reflecting one year back as usual, I decided to go back almost a decade. So … Continue reading Get Out
FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) is an acronym that became popular in the past decade or so. I just know that it has greatly influenced my life and my decisions. There is a distinct difference between FOMO and the Opportunity Bus. You jump on the Opportunity Bus, which is a fleeting opportunity, only in circumstances … Continue reading Beware of FOMO
For those of you who aren't aware, Tinder is an app in which you can communicate with people around you whom you find attractive. It's a simple application, you just connect it to your Facebook, upload some pictures, add a description, and select the preferred age range for whom you're interested in. Then finally you … Continue reading How Tinder Changed My Life
Sunshine! Yes, that's you. Sunshine tends to put people in a pretty good mood. Unfortunately, depending on different atmospheric factors, it's not always sunny (even if you're in Philadelphia). It's a good thing I'm not just talking about the literal sunshine produced by that burning star in the sky. I'm talking about most anything that … Continue reading Sunshine
According to Wikipedia, the average age for an American male is 77.5 years old, and females live longer to be 82.1. I also read on some random website that the average age of retirement is 63. Now, you can do whatever you want with those numbers. For example, you can if you're a male, ask … Continue reading My One Year Plan