I received my undergrad degree the summer of 2008. By October, the Great Recession hit hard. Rather than sit around waiting for a job to find me, I enrolled in graduate school, foolishly believing that with a Master’s degree (in an academic subject, no less), I would walk into a fantastic career job when I … Continue reading Career Talk: The Truth Behind How I Became a Professional Writer
I’ve always been remarkably driven, ambitious, and—dare I admit it—selfish. Hell, I’m not even ashamed to confess I spent the entirety of my 20s answering the Big Baby Question (or, as I like to call it, the “BBQ”) with a smug “my 20s are for me,” mantra. I meant it, too. I never dreamt that … Continue reading I Survived Three Miscarriages in a Row & You Can, Too
Millennial Noun: Denoting people reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century. –Oxford English Dictionary Malaise Noun: A general feeling of discomfort, illness, or unease whose exact cause is difficult to identify. –Oxford English Dictionary I’m Rhi—short for Rhiannon, and yes, I was named after the Fleetwood Mac song. I’m the founder and editor of … Continue reading What is Millennial Malaise?
Come back in a month or two to see how they come together. Stay tuned.