So in my last blog post, I mentioned that one of my goals this year is to pick up and read more books. I was a very avid reader when I was growing up. My parents read at least 3 books with me as soon I could begin to pay attention. Once I was able … Continue reading I’m gonna read this year.
We all have guilty pleasures. Things that people may think are strange but you thoroughly enjoy. For example, I love reality TV on networks like TLC and MTV. I live for it. Anyways, I recently have been into a new show that I want to talk about. I watch Crikey, It's the Irwins every single … Continue reading Let me tell you: I have a new guilty pleasure
If there is one thing I truly miss about childhood other then living life free of responsibilities, it's dance. I grew up dancing pretty much as long as I can remember. I started hula dancing when I was about 5 or so years old and kept doing it until I graduated high school. I also … Continue reading I miss dancing
Yeah, I was born in Hawaii, and grew up basically in the Pacific Ocean. But guess what. I don't like the water. Yes, you read that right. I'm not a fan of the water. Now, you might be thinking how can this be? Well let me tell you the story. So I basically grew up … Continue reading I’m an island girl but I can’t stand the water
Something that you may not know about me is that I'm basically obsessed with Disney. My house has tons of Disney pictures and wall stickers and so many random things. I have three incredible art pieces of Disney that I absolutely love and I drink out of a Disney mug pretty much every day. When … Continue reading Let’s talk Disney
As much as it sucks, money controls pretty much every aspect of our lives. We have to have it to survive. To pay rent, bills, food and cars. To go outside and do pretty much anything. And as most people who just graduated college, I don't have much of it. I know that it is … Continue reading Let’s talk about money
One of the interesting things about being in higher education right out of college is being the youngest in the office. It makes sense that a lot of people right out their degrees are usually the baby of the office. For those of us who are, there are certain things that we deal with because … Continue reading The Baby at Work: being the youngest in the office
5,321 miles. Yeah it's a ridiculously long distance. It's the distance from my home island of Kwajalein to where I live now, Phoenix, AZ. The most obvious question I get is how the hell did you end up in the desert. Well, let me tell you how this all went down. I spent the first … Continue reading 5,321 Miles From Home
One of the many questions I get from people I meet is how I have two Bachelors degrees, forensic and anthropology, yet I work at a college and am getting my Masters in Education. I mean, surely I could have gotten a job or continued in the field if I wanted to right? Well, its … Continue reading I Have Degrees in Forensics and Anthropology, and Now I’m In Education?