Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Ten Office Etiquette Tips

1. Always triple proof everything.
Image result for proofread meme

2.Come in 15 to 30 minutes early to work.

3.Smile,smile,smile otherwise people think something is wrong with you.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Got Jokes?

Quote Flair 24 - magazine, quote van de week | Flair at Home:

I've noticed a common trend within all my photos with friends, I always feel like I'm being photobombed. We can never take a 'normal' picture. Its always a super large grin, squinted eyes or some sort of weird facial reaction. I often wonder what was I laughing at? (it usually a random comment that seconds before the picture).

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Kindness still exists.

So today,
As I went took the train back to the city my wallet fell out of my pocket somehow. I got out of the station  and walked to the Chambers street stop I check for my wallet and realized it was missing.In hopes of finding it I retraced my steps with no luck. I asked around and everyone just seemed hopeless. I guess because it was NYC  and the odds of finding  things are slim.

I thought to myself... how am I going to get home with no wallet (no ids,spare change or credit cards).I really didn't want to ask someone for a swipe because I didn't want people to think I was a panhandler especially after the article I read today about panhandling. (Side Note: did you know there are different levels/ types of panhandlers?  I didn't!)

Anyways, I thought Ill ask the MTA booth if  they could let me in the gate since I lost my wallet. A part of me also thought  " yeah right, he's probably going to have an attitude... or he's not going to believe you then you'll definitely have to ask someone for a swipe." To my surprise he told me where the nearest lost and found was and let me through the gate. This REALLLY made my day. I could get home!

I was also proud of myself at how I handled this situation. I was pretty calm. Ten years ago, I probably would've has a panic attack, broken down and cried my eyes out in hopes my wallet would be somewhere  in the abyss of my bag. 

Fast forward to 9PM, some guy 

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Life Lessons 1

Here are some things I've learned:

  1. Treat everyone with respect and love and know that not everyone is going to look out for your best interest.
  2. Not everyone is your "friend" no matter how long you have known them.My dear, frenemies and haters are rampant these days.
  3. You should not remain friends with someone  just because you went to school with them. If they are not enhancing your life why bother (Vice versa).
  4. Take time to notice and remember the little things like the people who check to see if you've landed safely from a flight.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Everyday Must Have Apps: Android

You ever wonder what some people are doing on their phones 24/7 well, I decided to share my favorite apps in hopes that maybe on these apps can help you.

Here are some of my favorite apps for Android:

I love the simplicity of this app. It tracks your water intake with frequent reminders using a coach. It is a great reminder to drink more water, after all the human body is made up of over 60% water.  I often also drink warm teas (without sugar) and also track it.
Hydro Coach - drink water - screenshot

Soundcloud is great because I don't have to create an account to listen to music or podcasts on my phone. Spotify allows you to create offline playlists, perfect for commuting or working out.

Hulu and Netflix,YouTube
The perfect entertainment apps for binge watching.

Browse pretty pictures or stalk your crush (if you're a creeper like that)

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Just do you

Hey All!

These past couple of months have been interesting to say the least. I've learned so much about myself and I love seeing how what I consider smaller  life experiences help someone else dealing with something similar that I previously dealt with.Life is a process... its about  discovering your skills, your likes and dislikes. Do not settle for less than what you deserve. Sometimes that means getting

Sunday, January 25, 2015

New Year, reprioritized goals.

Hello everyone,

New readers and all (or whoever if anyone reads these posts). I hope the upcoming year brings you nothing,but success! I like to reflect on the previous year and here are some of the things I learned:

  1. I am VERY independent. I traveled last year by myself for the most part and enjoyed it! (I'll do a separate post about travelling alone)
  2. I've learned to just "let go,let go" (these kids and this frozen song *sigh*)But really, everything negative, friendships,stress etc. I often question "Is it really worth it?" Is it worth my health,my emotions etc.. As