The Rants & Raves of a 29 Year Old Self Employed Entrepreneur

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My thirties are almost here!! I am in the final year of my twenties and I couldn’t be happier. Being in your twenties is not all that it is cracked up to be. When you hit 20, you are ecstatic that you aren’t a teenager any more, but that soon wears off after your 21st birthday. During the rest of your twenties, you still try to hold onto the youth you still have by going out and partying until sun up, all while trying to figure out what you should do with your life in addition to holding down a meaningless job until you find your dream job. Not to mention trying to find a life partner on top of it all! It’s exhausting being in your twenties. Thank goodness my thirties are only a couple of months away.

I have led a very interesting and complex life so far. At the age of 7, I was running around craft fairs and markets as my mom sold her handmade products, hoping to turn her business into a success. At the age of 13, I started working at my mom’s store on the weekends and got a second job at the age of 16 while also going to high school.

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5 Things I Will Miss About Delaware

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There is no place like home and Delaware will always be my home. After being born and raised in Delaware, I will be leaving the State of Delaware at the age of 29 to move to New Jersey, the Garden State. After living in a small town, the town of Hockessin, in the 2nd smallest state in the country, living any where else seems foreign to me

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Staying in Step

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It is hard keep up with yourself sometimes, especially when you are attacking multiple projects at once or just being stressed out by life itself. Many times, your thoughts are racing so fast that you cannot keep track of what … Continue reading →

The New Civil War

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You might have noticed that life doesn’t feel the same as it once did. Something has changed. The American People have, in some sense, woken up. But which side have they woken up on? There is a deep divide among … Continue reading →

The Long Battle with Body Image

On a daily basis, we are surrounded by the extreme visuals of which type of body image is socially acceptable in our society, reminding us everyday the way society wants us to look. Splashed across the pages of Vogue, Teen … Continue reading →

The Business Gypsy Reviews TheAdoptionApp

For over 2 years now, I have been working with Sharon, the founder of Mom at Last and the creator of a brand new Adoption Mobile App called TheAdoptionApp TheAdoptionApp was created after Sharon had a difficult time navigating the … Continue reading →

The Sisters of Small Business

Growing up in a family full of budding entrepreneurs and successful business owners, it is hard not to catch the small business bug. My sisters and I were surrounded by customers, business meetings, inventory and marketing at a very early … Continue reading →

The Politics of Numbers

Oh, another political season is in full swing. The ads. The speeches. The state by state campaign tours. It seems as though it is never-ending. This year is particularly overwhelming though, due to the introduction of Super PACs, where anonymous … Continue reading →

A Day of Sudden Surprises

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‘Friday the 13th’ has always been a superstitious day with people talking of black cats, avoiding ladders and jumping over cracks. Even though our view of ‘Friday the 13th‘ tends to be negative and filled with superstitious traditions, there is … Continue reading →

The Truth about Mary Jane

Living in a society where liquor is mainstream and glamorized by all who are involved, I have struggled to understand the glitz & glam behind it all. I have seen & experienced the lows and rock bottoms of drinking & … Continue reading →