GED is an acronym that translated to failure when I was growing up. A person getting a GED was viewed as someone who would never amount to more than a fast-food worker. At least that was what I was told when I withdrew from high school in my Senior year and opted to go for... Continue Reading →
Schools Out, Work Began, And I’m Still in Business…Sort Of?
It was a mere 2 months ago that I was giving ya'll the dramatic update on my life. And now I'm back with some more, so let's get into it. I'll be honest, content creating whether on a blog or on another social media platform is stressful. I mean, if it's not an algorithm over... Continue Reading →