Category: Thoughts Of A Mid-Life Millennial

  • One Month Of No Social Media

    One Month Of No Social Media

    I recently marked my one month of no social media anniversary. I should’ve uploaded this post on the exact day of the anniversary but I forgot. While looking at the calendar recently to make some plans I realize the passage of time since deleting my Twitter account. If you click on that post I go […]

  • Two Weeks Of No Social Media

    Two Weeks Of No Social Media

    Today, September 10, marks two week of no social media for me. On August 26 I deleted my Twitter account which was the last social media platform I had an account on. So how has my life been without using any social media? Read on to find out. Two Weeks Of No Social Media And […]

  • Student Loan Forgiveness: I’m Fine With It

    Student Loan Forgiveness: I’m Fine With It

    President Biden recently unveiled his plan for student loan forgiveness after months of rumors. As expected many Americans are excited for the plan while others are upset. Of course those with student loans are happy because a nice percentage of them will be their loans completely paid off or have a large portion forgiven. Thus, […]

  • My Experience Renovating A House

    My Experience Renovating A House

    I recently purchased my second house. This time I chose an as-in house that needs work. I need that going in but I was fine with that because I’m pretty handy and I don’t mind doing some work myself. This journey isn’t for all home-buyers, however. Especially if you can’t or don’t want to do […]

  • The Value Of Shame

    The Value Of Shame

    This is controversial to say in today’s society but I see the value of shame and it’s sorely these last days. “But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, […]

  • It’s Better To Be Single, According To Paul The Apostle

    It’s Better To Be Single, According To Paul The Apostle

    I’m single, but I’m not here to mingle. I’ve written about my love of being a loner in previous essays so my confession shouldn’t be a surprise. The reason I choose singledom because it offers me a simpler, and thus, better life. That’s why it’s better to be single, in my opinion. Why I Think […]

  • Selfish People Create Bad Relationships

    Selfish People Create Bad Relationships

    I haven’t dated in years. My last relationship ended during my early 30s and I didn’t try to find another. It didn’t help that after ending my last relationship I moved cities and fell in love exploring the new sights while single instead of seeking a new boyfriend. However, I was always in love with […]

  • Being Blunt Hurt My Career But Kept Me Grounded

    Being Blunt Hurt My Career But Kept Me Grounded

    Here’s how being blunt hurt my career but overall kept me grounded personally. I will tell you how but first I have to setup my tale. Being Blunt Hurt My Career: This Personality Trait Developed During My Childhood I dislike participating in a farce. I’ve been this way since I was a child. I’ve could’ve […]

  • Making Life Decisions Will Disappoint Someone

    Making Life Decisions Will Disappoint Someone

    Thoughts Of A Mid-Life Millennials are a collection of my thoughts as I near the start of my 40s. I want to impart the lessons I learned so far to others to help them along their journey of life. This post is all about how making life decisions will disappoint someone so go ahead and […]

  • Twitter All-Hands Call: A Former Tweep’s Thoughts

    Twitter All-Hands Call: A Former Tweep’s Thoughts

    As I explained in my previous post I am a former Tweep, or a former employee of Twitter, who has some thoughts about Elon Musk’s plan to purchase the company. Today I want to discuss the leaked audio from the 4/25 Twitter All-Hands call. If you don’t know what I’m talking about you can listen […]