Getting my first cell phone also significantly marked my transition from kid to tween — in my mind at least.
Somewhere around the time a drunken frat boy out for his 21st birthday hits rewind on Toby Keith’s “I Love This Bar” for the 100th time, tending bar starts seeming more like a job and less like a party.
I make a very comfortable living as an online freelance writer. If I can do it, you can, too.
While paying down student loans takes a lot of hard work, nothing beats the feeling of achieving freedom from owing money.
With more people in the job-search pool, city life forces you to be the best version of your professional self.
Reserve your Netflix time for workouts to shake up your exercise and minimize downtime on the couch later. An action-packed series can hold your attention so you don’t count down the minutes until the end of your workout.
What actually happens to your body when you start to get hangry?
In spite of this ongoing trend, though, you may not be quite sure if city living is the right option for you, and that’s a fair thought — it doesn’t suit everyone.
Whenever you get the chance, get yourself outside into natural daylight. If the weather isn’t too terrible, take a 10-minute walk over your lunch break. Take yourself skiing or build a snowman when you have some daylight hours off.
Think about the last time you got sick. Did anyone ridicule you for it? Did anyone sigh in exasperation that you were ill yet again?