I can vividly remember volunteering at the nursing home near my parents’ house and playing bingo with some of the coolest and funniest grandmas and grandpas in town.
Being an ally has become a popular term, however, I have found that not everyone really understands what it means to be a true ally. Being an ally is a commitment.
As a hard worker and high achiever, I have often heard the phrase “work/life balance” mentioned to me.
I am a firm believer in spring cleansing and not just in the materialistic way but in a very personal way. Spring cleansing does not just mean de-cluttering of items, but also getting rid of unhealthy relationships and bad habits.
Distanced friendships are not easy, though. So here is what I have learned as well as what I am still learning as I grow as a person and as my friendships grow with me.
Confessions of a proud Millennial who doesn’t like to ask for help: Self-care is one of the most important keys to happiness. I know because I have learned that the hard way.