Vocational School Is Not Settling

We’ve all heard “you can’t get a solid job without a degree” at some point in our lives. A large percentage of the population follows suit with society and goes to college for a degree, and a large percentage of that population end up never using the degree. Instead, they are stuck with thousands of…Read more »

CPR: A Skill That Should be Required

Right place, right time has never been more fitting. Schools have changed graduation requirements several times over the years. They have changed how many math credits, English credits, and electives students need in order to graduate. Some schools have implemented dual enrollment more than in the past, allowing students to get a slight feel for…Read more »

How to Deal With Thick Ass Hair

Alright, I’m not just talking about thick hair. I’m talking thick hair, fine hair strands, and frizz! My hair is like a lions mane and NOT in a pretty way. I have waves that are beyond disorganized and even a subtle curl that’s literally only “pretty” when it’s wet, and then 5 seconds later it’s…Read more »

The Right of Way

I don’t know when I learned it, but somewhere in my life I was taught that when an ambulance comes behind you with lights and sirens, you move off to the right or stay where you are if you can’t move. Working in EMS, it floors me how many people do not move!! They just…Read more »

Reader’s Voice-30 by 30

I think we can all agree that 30 is a milestone. It’s actually the first real milestone in life, the one that hits hard. I had a list of goals that I planned to hit by 30, a certain place I saw myself. Unfortunately, just like 99% of the others out there, I missed basically…Read more »

Back in the Game

After a chaotic half year, I’m back. I disappeared from writing because life took off and seemed to hit speeds faster than the speed of light. Nonetheless, I’ve committed to writing again because in the end, it gives me a sense of peace. I recently began my career in EMS, which I’ve been working toward…Read more »