If you’re an optimist, you’re naturally in opposition to most media and a lot of rhetoric. If you check out comments sections on positivity posts (not on my site, but on more mainstream publications), you’ll usually see lots of things like this, in fact, I’ve pulled these from actual comments sections and then added my… Continue reading “You’re Burying Your Head in The Sand” And Other Things People Say to Optimists
I used to be one of those people who only liked summer. I hated fall because it meant winer was coming, I hated winter because of the cold, and I hated spring because it was so inconsistent, and often still chilly. While going through my whole “life outlook transformation” several years ago, I realized that by… Continue reading 10 Things I Love About Spring!
Life is short, and as unique as we all like to think we are, we’re more the same than different. Most people want to be happy, have a social network of some kind (even if it’s a small one), and feel a sense of purpose. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, there are many trends that… Continue reading Stop Glamorizing Stress! Being Happy is Not a Crime!
The location of the 1964-1965 World’s Fair is just a short uber ride away from my apartment, and the fella and I went to check it out while we were in the area attending World Maker Faire last year. Take a look! This moment reminded me of Childhood’s End. The theme of the World’s Fair… Continue reading Flushing Meadows-Corona Park (Site of The 1964-1965 World’s Fair)
When you don’t have a budget you don’t really have control over your money or your savings rate. In fact, you don’t even know where all of your money is going! Creating a budget that works is all about going through the right steps in the right order. If you’ve had trouble creating workable budgets in the… Continue reading Create a Budget That Works in 5 Simple Steps