I’ll be heading back to my Alma mater, the University of Maryland (Go Terps!) for homecoming. While I shamelessly have no intentions on actually attending the game in physical form, I am beyond excited for the tailgate, which is, after all, truly the main event.
While the holiday shouldn’t hold an ounce of the emotional weight that Hollywood and Hallmark would credit it with, it does happen to fall on a Saturday this year. This means it will be even more in-your-face than usual.
What if I told you that adding one thing to your morning routine could have a genuine, positive impact on the rest of your day every single time?
It’s not a gift. It’s a trap.
Having the ability to think and feel in New York City? Well, that makes this whole “life” thing even better. At least, it has for me.
If it were as easy as it sounds, though, we’d all be rich. So, what does it come down to? Motivation.
“Food delivery is always a huge drain, especially because of the minimum charges.”
In fact, it’s not even about the media and their tit-for-tat responses.
…when I couldn’t come up with a good enough reason for being stressed, my dentist surmised that it “must just be New York” adding that “the city will do that to you.”