Here are the Five Things I learned from Facebook Live Broadcasting my dates

Tales of Putrid Wi-Fi, Romantic Missteps, and Angry Uber Drivers This logo started it all. These comments were everything! Folks (and not just my Facebook friends!) not only enjoyed my honest, relatable, even self-deprecating perspective on twentysomething dating, they even shared it with their friends! I was fired up, and figured my path to blue checkmarks onContinue reading “Here are the Five Things I learned from Facebook Live Broadcasting my dates”

Why my four w-2’s from 2015 won’t be a big deal…

For those who have yet to embark on this magical experience we call paying taxes, four W-2 forms meant that I glistened four separate employers with my employment presence during the year of 2015. When I started pit stop #4 (current stop as well)… Read the rest of this post on Brunch Media’s website, rightContinue reading “Why my four w-2’s from 2015 won’t be a big deal…”

Why “Master of None” resonates with Millennials?

So I just finished Master of None, Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix Original Series and I loved it (100% on Rotten Tomatoes currently, so I guess I’m not alone). I loved it for the straightforward storylines often overlooked in television. I loved it for the authentic nature of Aziz’s personal voice and experiences. I even lovedContinue reading “Why “Master of None” resonates with Millennials?”

Entrepreneurship Lessons from HBO’s The Sopranos

Like any second semester senior with a job locked up, I finally had the time to begin watching a new TV series. As a huge HBO buff (It’s not TV, it’s HBO), I landed on the famed, critically acclaimed series of the early 2000s, The Sopranos. Little did I know that this show would touch upon manyContinue reading “Entrepreneurship Lessons from HBO’s The Sopranos”