Adulting Struggles  (& How to Solve Them)

Well it’s been exactly 349 days since I graduated from college, or as I like to think of it, my 349th day in my crash course in adulting. While I am nowhere near having figured it all out (will I ever??), I have learned a few things along the way. Maybe it’ll help some of you “adults” out there or soon-to-be college grads. Here are some Adulting Struggles and how I’ve attempted to solve them.  Continue reading

Likes & Favorites: Cats win it all!

It’s 9:34 p.m., Monday night–exactly one week after Villanova won the NCAA National Championship. One week ago, I was probably hyperventilating at this point in the game, even though it was only 4 minutes into the first half.

What have I been liked & favorited all week? Villanova EVERYTHING. I’ve been riding this championship high all week long. Hell, I’ll probably ride it for the rest of the year. For one week, I watched replays, read articles and incessantly liked social media posts about everything and anything remotely related to the Cats. Everyone did. That’s what made it so much more fun.

Well, Nova aside, there were some other things I’ve enjoyed things I enjoyed this week (believe it or not). Here’s what else I’ve been liking & favoriting. Continue reading

The Edge

It all started with my GoogleMaps.

Sitting in my car, I started to type in “home.” I have “home” set to my apartment in Manayunk, although it wasn’t until I was typing it in that I felt weird calling my current apartment “home.” Sure, I love my apartment and love my roommate, but is it really “home”?  And thus, the simple task of opening GoogleMaps lead to a philosophical internal debate about what “home” means to me.

This is what I think about as an “adult.”

“Home” really isn’t my apartment in Manayunk. Nor is it my parents’ house in New Jersey. The closest thing to “home” is Villanova, but hey, I don’t really belong there anymore. So really, where is my “home”? Continue reading