The Existential Millennial

Earlier this week, as I walking from my day job to the Starbucks where I write my freelance articles, I passed a dead crow. The crow was lying on its back under a tree by the side of the road; wings spread and legs in the air. It had apparently frozen to death in theContinue reading “The Existential Millennial”

Making Friends Is Hard to Do

It’s the common refrain of the recently relocated twenty-something: I don’t have any friends. Moving to a new city is hard. Packing is draining, moving trucks are expensive and finding a job is multi-month, soul-crushing experience. It takes a while before the dust settles enough to for you to realize that you’re completely alone. YouContinue reading “Making Friends Is Hard to Do”

Tales from the Bachelor Pad

I signed the lease and finally exhaled. The long search for a place to live was over and the ink of a new chapter of my life was fresh on the page. There is nothing quite as liberating as moving. Sure, it’s a lot of work to pack, move and unpack. Sure, it costs money.Continue reading “Tales from the Bachelor Pad”