A Time for Reflection

First and foremost, I just want to say thank you to all my diary readers and supporters. “WE DID IT JOE!!” The past 6 months of blogging has been fun and healing for me and in less than 36 hours from now we'll be saying goodbye to 2020 and entering into the unknown territory of … Continue reading A Time for Reflection

Investing for Beginners: Acorns & Digit Review

Preparing for the future may seem redundant because no one actually knows what the future will look like. Life can be completely different a year from now. Things change unexpectedly. But, it's always smart to be financially prepared for the future no matter what. What we experience and do today is based upon what we … Continue reading Investing for Beginners: Acorns & Digit Review

Side Effects of A Non-Affectionate Childhood

I can count on one hand how many times I remember being hugged or held by a parent. I'm not saying my parents didn't love me, I just don't remember being comforted when I really needed it. And whenever I was, it was always my dad. But once I grew up into middle-school ages, it … Continue reading Side Effects of A Non-Affectionate Childhood

Christmas is Cancelled

But like, not really. I don't know how many times I have to tell my family I'm not participating in the gift exchange this year, and to not go crazy with buying me a lot of stuff. But yet.. they proceed to ignore me and now I feel obligated to Christmas shop for them in … Continue reading Christmas is Cancelled