Today I signed the hiring papers for my new job. I’m not going to go into specifics about where I work, but just know that it’s supposed to be in my experience range (having a Bachelor’s degree and some grad school done). The sad thing is that my salary for this job after half … More Orlando Summer and New Job
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Poet, novelist, and performance artist Tim Z. Hernandez is receiving critical acclaim for Mañana Means Heaven, a novel based on the life of Bea Franco, the “Mexican Girl” in the American Beatnik generation classic, “On the Road.” The iconic writer Jack Kerouac has a chapter about the time he spent…
Today I watched After in a movie theater filled with 50 teens making farting noises and running up and down the stairs. It was a little terrible. But I’m happy I finally got to see After after having to cancel on two different showtimes. Obviously there are huge problems with the movie version (see my last post), … More The Invisible Literary Movement of One Direction Fanfiction
Fanfiction is an extremely popular source of entertainment that caters to extremely specific desires of people who spend their time adoring a certain band, cast, actor, film, or anyone else. If you have never read fanfiction, chances are you don’t know anything about Wattpad, a platform that allows writers their writing for free online. That’s … More One Direction Fanfiction Made Into A Movie
I started this blog to document the glamorization my life. I was in college and I was trying the wildest new things like going to Broadway shows and being a seat filler for award shows. It was amazing until I graduated college and made the decision to move back home to get a Master’s Degree … More First Job After College Forgets To Pay Me.
I had to parallel park on the same day that I went to a gynecologist for the first time. That makes me an adult now. It has been three months since I graduated from college and in those last three months I have made changes in my life that I did not think I would make. … More Coping With Adulthood: September 2018
First of all, it’s not uncommon to graduate from UCLA in three years. Some non-transfer students enter undergrad with lots of credits from community college that apply to their major, and some students have short majors. Some students take lots of summer school classes, and some students take extra classes during the school year. I … More How I Graduated from UCLA in Three Years