accomplishment is all relative

2014-9-23Here are TEN things i’ve found incredibly easy to accomplish:

1)  Apathy
2)  Failing academically
3)  The McDonald’s Diet
4)  Being out of shape
5)  Giving up on anything
6)  Mediocrity in general
7)  Narcissism
8)  Being a poor sport
9)  Being grumpy
10)  Making this list.

If you set the bar low enough, every day is a success.



the plights of popularity

2014-7-1I’ve had LinkedIn described to me by various people.  If they are over the age of 30, they say something like “It’s a social network for professionals.  It’s for professional networking. You should get a profile, It’s good for your career, it’s not what you know but WHO you know.”  If they are under the age of 30, they say something like “It’s basically an online resume, a lot of jobs you can apply for using your LinkedIn profile.”

Although, in MY experience, LinkedIn is pretty much just a spamming annoyance.

Something you should know about LinkedIn:  If you have it, and you have me as a contact through facebook or email or ANYTHING, i’ve probably received at least three notifications saying “(person) is waiting for you to respond to their invitation to join LinkedIn”… a simple inbox search shows that I have 47 invitations/reminders to join this site… so it’s not quite 2508, but i mean, it feels like it.




patience is a virtue! …but punctuality is a SUPER VIRTUE.

2013-12-31seriously.  i guess if there is anyone who should be allowed to make people wait, it is doctors… seeing as they save lives and everything… but i mean, surely somewhere, there exists a person who is able to accurately schedule the amount of time it takes to see patients and then give people an accurate time to show up for an appointment.  i mean, inherent within the word “appointment” is the idea that it starts at a specific time!  whatever.