What To Do If You’re Unhappy With Your Life

It’s Sunday night and knowing you have work the next day makes you feel sick. Well, that’s a red flag in itself. It might be time to make a career or job change. If you’re unhappy with your job situation, here are a few things you can do. Jot down things you’re good at. Are you an expert at writing, editing or social media? If … Continue reading What To Do If You’re Unhappy With Your Life

Making A Change In Your Life Isn’t Always A Bad Thing

I’m sitting in the clubhouse at my new apartment in Greenville. Instead of thinking about the emotional stress I’m about to endure when we officially move, I’m focusing on finding a job, my new life with my husband, hanging out with our friends who live here and making memories. If I were to think about how I won’t see my family or friends for a … Continue reading Making A Change In Your Life Isn’t Always A Bad Thing

Making Our Way To Franklin

The other night, Brett and I decided to venture over to Franklin and check out the band, SixtyFour. According to SixtyFour.com, SixtyFour is a Beatles cover band from Middle Tennessee.  We’ll stop you short of saying they’re a “tribute” act, for you won’t see any Nehru jackets or mop-tops on stage.  Instead, we do our best to recreate the experience of listening to the Beatles … Continue reading Making Our Way To Franklin

I’m Moving 827 Miles Away From Home With My Boyfriend, And I’m Pretty Scared

By Hope Kumor Moving to another state when you’ve never left your house is pretty darn scary. It’s even more frightening when it’s 827 miles away. Imagine moving to another state where you know not one person besides your significant other. It’s a chance for you to start over and be whomever you want to be. You can be a whole different person because well, … Continue reading I’m Moving 827 Miles Away From Home With My Boyfriend, And I’m Pretty Scared

Vices: Music withdrawal creates silent surroundings

So, have you ever gone a week without something you absolutely love/need? Well, I cannot live without music. I must listen to it in my car because the silence is unbearable! Read my past experience and leave a comment about yours: Vices: Music withdrawal creates silent surroundings It’s 7:10 a.m. and an upbeat song wakes me up to start my day. This occurs every Monday, … Continue reading Vices: Music withdrawal creates silent surroundings