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Things I Didn’t Know Were on My Bucket List: Music Edition

As I mentioned in a previous post, I don’t exactly have a “bucket list.” My fear of not completing my goals keeps me from making goals that I’m not sure that I can keep. There are, however, times in my life where I’ve looked around and realized that I was living a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Things that would definitely be on my bucket list if I … Continue reading Things I Didn’t Know Were on My Bucket List: Music Edition

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The Importance of Having an At-Home Office

I’ve been working from home for six months now, and I’m enjoying it far more than I thought I would. When our office first began working from home, I was worried that I would struggle. As an extrovert, would I be able to handle being isolated from my coworkers and friends? Would I still be able to be productive at home? How would I maintain … Continue reading The Importance of Having an At-Home Office

stressed out girl

“Upholder” Guilt

“I find it interesting that you feel guilty while relaxing, Renata. That’s typically an “Upholder” trait. Are you an overachiever?” “In recovery, yes.” This is a conversation that I had with my coach during one of our sessions when I mentioned that I hate the fact that I feel guilty for having downtime. Apparently, feeling unable to do nothing without hating yourself makes me an … Continue reading “Upholder” Guilt

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Deep Dive: Pizza – Josh’s Take

Rather than discussing the unfathomably disgusting mass that is known as “the black olive” or extolling the heavily underrated virtues of mushrooms, I thought I’d take my pizza-related deep dive in a decidedly unexpected direction. That’s right, we’re throwing all convention out the window (or, we would, if I weren’t perpetually afraid to even open mine) and talk about non-traditional pies! My roommate, Erica, has … Continue reading Deep Dive: Pizza – Josh’s Take