On Rekindling Passion

High school teaches us that our passions only matter when we can make money from them. University teaches us that our passions don’t matter because we can’t make money from them. Your life’s passion must be business-related, science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.  You have to do well in courses, take on as many internships as … Continue reading On Rekindling Passion

Between Social Butterflies and Stony Professionals

I'm only a few months away from the end of my one-year temporary lab job.  A few more months of running around labs and meetings as if I'm training for the Boston marathon. Those same few months are the barrier between having income and being broke. Naturally, this means sending out volumes of job applications … Continue reading Between Social Butterflies and Stony Professionals

Lost, Searching, and Broke

Millennials are stereotyped into being spoiled brats who backpack anywhere and everywhere when they need to “rediscover” themselves.  They travel to distant lands and blog about philosophical things as they reflect on their lives up until that point.  They are the ones with the “selfies” and ‘#blessed’ on their photo with them standing on Machu … Continue reading Lost, Searching, and Broke