Working from home can take time to adapt to. The following tips lend some insight on working remote.
One of the questions I am asked the most is how did I make it through and how do I keep pushing through life despite it all? The answer is easy: I keep showing up. This post will be short, but I hope you find it insightful. I keep showing up when the days are … Continue reading No Matter What, Show Up
I’m pleased to announce the launch of The Kyle Patrick Urbashich Educational Assistance Scholarship! I’ve been dreaming about launching a scholarship like this for so long and it’s finally here! My mission since turning 18 was simply to make the world a better place. At 18, I didn’t know exactly how I was going to … Continue reading Announcing The Kyle Patrick Urbashich Educational Assistance Scholarship
The passing of my biological mother has been tough. Tougher than I ever expected. This is how I’m doing. My biological mother passed away on September 19th, 2019, and life as I know it started to unfold before my eyes. Since her passing, I have had to come to terms with my internal conflicts with … Continue reading On Life After My Mom’s Passing & How I’m Doing
I like to think as myself as responsible with money — especially since I’ve gotten older. I wasn’t always good with money. As a child, I was always so eager to spend my money at the 7-Eleven down the street from where I lived. I never saved a dime. Sure, I was young, but looking … Continue reading Personal Finance 101: Credit Scores
I’m a 27-year-old millennial with a booming career. I have a family that loves me unconditionally and I have friends that I have known for years. For crying out loud, it’s 2019—I have the world at my fingertips! Despite all of this, however, I fight with a kind of loneliness that even someone from a … Continue reading In All of My Loneliness, I Learned Something
Everyday I wake up and thank God that I am alive because only He knows there were times when I didn’t think living was the best option anymore.