One of the disillusioning parts of growing older is realizing how many lies and part-truths our society feeds us. Christopher Columbus did not discover the Americas, cracking your knuckles doesn’t cause arthritis, Thomas Edison did not discover electricity on his own– and guess what? You don’t have to commit to a single career field.
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A new year is upon us. 2018 is out the door and we welcome 2019 with anticipation for what comes with it. “New year, new me,” a phrase we hear often during this very early time of the year, but rarely see followed through. Several weeks after the new year dawns we overflow with a motivation that fizzles out about as quick as it sets in. It happens year after year, yet here we are creating a new set of resolutions despite failed past efforts. Surely there is a way to break this maddening cycle and live by our resolutions? Well– there’s no one size fits all approach, but I’m here to try and offer one anyways.