Welcome 2018: My four goals for the new year

Happy New Year everyone! I hope you had a great start to 2018. As with every new year, there are the new year resolutions that many people make.  Some are kept while others are thrown out like bath water due to various reasons.  Like most of you I’ve created resolutions-or goals  rather-for 2018 that IContinue reading “Welcome 2018: My four goals for the new year”

7 Tips to carry with you into 2017

It goes without saying that 2016 was a clusterfuck of a year.  I’m not even going to rewind and go over the bad, the ugly, and the horrible.  Instead, I wanted to share with you 7 tips to carry with you into the new year. Never settle. I might have mentioned this before, but I’llContinue reading “7 Tips to carry with you into 2017”

Living Green: 7 Tips to help you have a green home

I originally wrote this for Uncanny Pop. Having a green home gives you a lot of benefits. You‘ll save money, you‘ll have a healthy place for you and your family to live, and it‘s good for the environment. So here are a few things that you can do to fight high energy bills and climate change. 1. CheckContinue reading “Living Green: 7 Tips to help you have a green home”

Itinerary: Planning for and attending a convention

***This was riginally posted on ComicsCrux.com for my JIMAA column and then I expanded upon it for Uncanny Pop and have altered it a bit for this entry.*** My fellow travelers, the convention season is now upon us. Many of you have attended some type of convention while others have never attended one. I’ve beenContinue reading “Itinerary: Planning for and attending a convention”

Top 5: Things Patrons Lose at My Library

My library is always bustling with students, faculty, staff, and people from the community who use the library’s computers, study rooms, desks, and chairs. They read books, newspapers, magazines, do homework and chat with their friends.  On campus, the library is one of the main places that people come to relax, study, and hang out.Continue reading “Top 5: Things Patrons Lose at My Library”

8 Things I Learned in 2014

In just a few hours 2014 will be over, 2015 will arrive and I will welcome it with open arms. But until then, I wanted to share what I’ve learned this year. 1. Don’t compare yourself to others.  I’m 32 years old and I look at what other people who are in my age groupContinue reading “8 Things I Learned in 2014”