Like most love-struck humans, I often fantasize about my ex. The one that got away. The one that should have been kept at arm's length.
Two years ago, I was finishing up my last semester of college. Sleepless nights and online assignments defined the summer. It was all building up to August 6, the day of graduation. I walk across the stage with a diploma cover in hand and victory in mind. It was finished! No more tests, essays, and … Continue reading The Art of Failure as a Millennial
Another self analysis of my love life.
I don't need distractions. I need you.
You're a perfect mystery. An imperfect masterpiece, missing an important puzzle piece.
Anthony Bourdain. Kate Spade. Chester Bennington. Robin Williams. People who impacted our lives, now victims of their own mental health issues. There’s something about celebrity suicides that seems to suddenly turn everyone into mental health advocates. Tweets telling people to “check up on your strong friend” or to “reach out for professional help.” I don’t … Continue reading You Are Enough
Class is back in session. This time around, I'll be sharing ways in which you can develop your audience. Create Content Consistently Content is the currency of the internet. It's a noisy marketplace where a sea of advertisements and updates flood various timelines. Add to the fact that people's attention spans are getting shorter by … Continue reading Class Notes: Helpful Advice On Growing An Audience + (a bonus doodle)