How You Sabotage Your Attempts to Be Successful and How to Stop

Monday I laid in bed face-up towards the ceiling. I was in my existentialist depression again. The lack of sunlight and frigid temperatures that awaited me outside only exacerbated the desire to stay where I lay. Where it was warm. Is it worth getting up? Is it worth the 15 minute hike to the train … Continue reading How You Sabotage Your Attempts to Be Successful and How to Stop

Are You Actually an Introvert?

“Hmm.” I replied clearly indicating how puzzled I was at my friends comment. Her eyes sparkled with intrigue and fascination, her body language indicated her deep engagement, and her energy levels were disproportionately higher than mine. She showed all the symptoms of a textbook extrovert. However she admitted, point blank, that she believed her-self to … Continue reading Are You Actually an Introvert?

Does Social Media Addiction Really Equal Narcissism?

Yesterday, I wrote an article providing productive and intelligent alternatives to scrolling down miles of social media content. Because, yes, I do believe that scrolling through social media every minute and a half is an incredible waste of time. However, that is contingent upon whether or not you have meaningful content on your feed. Regardless, … Continue reading Does Social Media Addiction Really Equal Narcissism?

Intelligent Things to Do Online Instead of Scroll Through Social Media

I hate texting on my iPhone. For some reason it’s ridiculously hard to hit the keys I intend to hit because there are no physical keys. It’s not that I’m elderly, (though I am in spirit) I just haven’t gotten used to the technology. The technology at my fingertips is just too new even for me. … Continue reading Intelligent Things to Do Online Instead of Scroll Through Social Media