Sometimes I wonder how I can get done as much stuff in a day as I do. A lot of my day is wishing the work day was over so I can get sh*t done but then when the work day is over I basically space out and go to sleep. So, I decided to… Continue reading My Daily Routine – Amanda
Parents, I read about the article where a young boy died because a daycare worker sat on him and suffocated. This is a hard letter for me to write because, as a mother, this is something that I prayed would never happen to my daughter. Let me assure you, it should never happen. This seems… Continue reading Dear Parents (A letter from a daycare worker)
I recently read an article about how the CEO of Levi stated he doesn't wash his jeans. Why? Apparently, you don't have to. The CEO, Chip Bergh, has owned a pair of Levi jeans for a year and they have never touched a washing machine. This has sparked many debates about people's washing habits and… Continue reading Laundry and Jeans
I found having a job and a life is difficult. I found also that having a job, a life, and a child is especially difficult. Having a mom and a dad to help care for children makes the difficulty easier, but what happens to the single moms and dads who have to take care of… Continue reading The single mom (and dad) nation
You know that argument and debate of "what job is the hardest"? Well, I'm here, right now, to end this debate once and for all (or at least I hope.) You see, the answer is very clear! All the jobs are the hardest. They all have their ups and downs. Take for example my job.… Continue reading All of these things is not like the other…or are they?
For those of you who know, I am a security officer at our local museum. I would just like to point out a few things to people who come to public establishments like zoos and other tourist attractions. After working a few months here, there are few things that can really get to me anymore.… Continue reading
We all get caught up sometimes in the material things in life. The house, the car, the things you would love to have. Sometimes even, we get caught up in being the best that others want or need us to be. For example, the degree we have, whether we go to college or not, how… Continue reading A life worth living