We’ve all had it happen a time or two. For whatever reason, life just comes tumbling down. Everything we’ve built, or have been trying to build, is suddenly in splintered pieces around us, and we are left with nothing. It could be anything that put us there. Job loss. Divorce. Bankruptcy. A string of bad... Continue Reading →
Packed boxes Gather dust In a corner A life on hold Ensnared by the everyday And waiting... Waiting for One Day.
Today at work, I got into a conversation with a young woman who was vacillating on her education. Her current position paid little more than minimum wage, but she wasn’t concrete on any future plans. “I want to go to college, but I just…don’t know what I want to do.” Well, you know what they... Continue Reading →
In the last half decade or so, I've worked with quite a few young adults. With this group, the question will inevitably arise: To college or not to college? This is a fundamental question for life in the first world and people have hard set opinions on this issue. Now, as the latest batch of seniors wraps up... Continue Reading →