Life Lessons & Vents


Pass the Bubbly
February 16, 2012

Pass the Bubbly

The daunting pessimism about the future is inescapable today. Growing up in a country embedded in individualism and the pursuit of materialistic prosperity, my generation is inundated with the notion that success is measured solely by wealth. With an unstable economy and poor job market for college graduates, feelings of shame and hopelessness are rampant. Despite this, the first question we ask one another is “what do you do for work” and the first descriptor on a Facebook profile is “occupation.” Granted it was the “I Heart Denim” Party and an excellent network......

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Fallin'
September 16, 2011

Fallin’

Despite my previous blog, I have always been a proud Bostonian, and there’s no better time to appreciate MA than fall. Fenway franks taste even better when there’s a crispness in the air.  And while...


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