Is It Worth It? Career Outcomes & Yearly Income Last week, I mentioned that after a five year hiatus, I am finally going to be starting my master's... in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. This week, I want to talk about what exactly Industrial/Organization is, and . . .
I AM GETTING MY MASTER'S!!!!!!! Now, let the stress sink in and the anxiety grow. That's basically what I have been feeling lately. It's a mixture of excitement, nerves, and not knowing whether or not I am going down the right path. It's been six years since I graduated . . .
Without a doubt 2020 had an impact on the lives of all human beings across the world, and for the first time, the world we once knew had seemed to disappear. At the start of the pandemic, we thought it was some sort of vacation and we would be back to "normal" in just a few . . .
Let's face it, 2020 didn't pan out the way any of us expected it to. It's been a different year to say the least. Still, as different of a year as it has been, I can't say that it's been a bad year. In fact, 2020 has actually been a good year for me - as good of a year as it . . .
It all started on Friday, August 21st, 2020. I woke up, and just like any other typical weekday mornings, I went for my morning run before opening my computer and getting to work. On my run, I noticed this pain in my back. It was a dull pain, but every time I took a deep . . .
Let's talk about what it means to live freely. Freedom is funny. It's one of those things that we're told we have, but life and beliefs tend to contradict that. We are told we are free, but yet we are supposed to go to school, to get a job, to get married, to have kids, and . . .
I have always been an admirer of those who have found quick success in their lives. I wouldn’t say I envy them or am jealous, but part of me is intrigued by how they found success in just a short matter of time. That’s the thing with being human - we have a tendency to . . .
We have all heard the saying “Live each day like it was your last,” but how many times have you actually followed this advice? If so, how long did you hold onto it? A day? A week? Maybe a few weeks if you’re lucky? It’s not to say that this is bad advice, but it also doesn’t . . .
Earlier in the week, I posted a brief introduction to intermittent fasting and why, I, as someone who has dealt with an eating disorder, started intermittent fasting. If you want to read more about it, check it out here. But now I want to share with you 7 lessons I learned . . .
Well, I’m still alive, so that’s a good thing. In all seriousness, yesterday was one of the better days I have had in a long time. It felt good to eat whatever I wanted. More importantly, I had a good day with my parents and enjoyed the taste of certain foods instead of . . .