What to do when you’re having a bad day at work

This week has been a rough one for me. I’ve been feeling really overwhelmed with my job and honestly, it’s making me have really, really bad days. I’ve been pretty grouchy, irritable, and on the verge of tears a little bit. It’s made me doubt my abilities, make mistakes I wouldn’t usually make, and almost […]

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Lessons I’ve learned from my bullet journal

This past week I was a guest lecturer at my alma mater to speak about Bullet Journaling with their Advising, Retention, and Career Center. While putting together my presentation, I thought about tips and tricks, words of advice, and sharing some of my favorite spreads. Sometimes, I can say something that may sound inspirational, but […]

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We forget about airline employees feelings & we need to stop

Picture this. You’re at your connecting flights airport. Experiencing delay after delay. You’re there because you’re flying into a city to meet up with your sibling who lives in another state. You’re going to an event that night and are incredibly excited. You’ve been delayed again and you’re growing increasingly frustrated. It’s weather related. Your […]

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How to find a job you’re passionate about

I was unemployed for six months. I had no idea what I wanted to do or even how to figure it out. I took time to travel, you know, to “find myself“. I sat around my parents house watching TV with my dog…all day, everyday. I was completely stuck, burnt out from my previous job, […]

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Traveling Solo And Why You Should Do It

Hi there, if you’re reading this then that means you follow my friend Casie’s wonderful blog! A little background info on Casie’s and I’s friendship: we actually became friends abroad, the first time I met her was in Italy of all places. We had both signed up to take a trip with EF Ultimate Break, […]

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Maintaining a work-life balance as a young professional

I’m twenty-five. I’m in my second full-time job since graduating college. I’ve been in the workforce for three years. If you’ve read my post, “why I quit my first job to travel“, some of this information is not new to you. I left my first job because it gave me anxiety every morning. I left […]

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The Truth About Living Across the Country From Everyone You Know

Hello stranger friends, We haven’t met but since you all follow my friend Casie I think we will get along just fine. I’ll give you a little intro before I jump into such an important aspect of my life. My name is Ellie, I’m 25 years old, and have been living in Utah for almost […]

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