Forgive me for the cliché title, but since my story so common and relatable(though most don’t/choose not to see it), I found it fitting.
This is what I’m starting 2016, and my Continue reading
As the year ends, I reflect on the choices I’ve made. All in all, I am disappointed.
I landed an awesome job with awesome coworkers, got my Associate’s degree, and was able to keep my relationship on track despite a couple heavy storms. Why am I disappointed then?
Because I’m the same as I was last year.
Everything that I gained was zeroed out by the bad choices I made along the way. The end result is Continue reading