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I’ll Take Hobbies for $200

For the first time in my life, I took a step back. I had start climbing to the top, but I was unsure it was a climb I wanted to be on. I was not sure who I was anymore. I was simply a mass of matter getting through the craziness of each day. Fast […]

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All by Myself (in Birmingham)

Well friends it’s official, I signed a lease and now live in Birmingham, Alabama. Just when I thought moving to Los Angeles with no job or place to live would be difficult, I actually found this move a bit more infuriating. The first move, I had no furniture or kitchen supplies. I bought most stuff […]

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FADE TO BLACK: Goodbye Hollywood

I know that some people may already know, but big life news is ahead! As of September 22nd, I will once again be packing up my car and driving cross country to Alabama. I accepted a job at Red Clay Media in Birmingham, AL as a comedy writer/producer for It’s a Southern Thing. I am […]

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Stand Still

I have officially hit the two month mark in LA as of August 17th. It really does not seem as if that much time has passed. I still feel like I moved here a week ago.  Although there is not too much to report, I always enjoy sharing what’s happening in my week. This weekend […]

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Entry- Level

I have officially lived in LA now for over a month, but I swear it only feels like a couple days. Technically I am now a California resident (I have my new license ID, license plates and angry DMV tweets to prove it). I have been told that my blog posts are getting shorter, but […]

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Patience Iago

Most of you know the iconic quote, “patience Iago,” from the Disney classic Aladdin. Just when Iago thinks they cannot get a hold of the lamp, Jafar reminds him to be patient. I remember my parents quoting the line every time my sister and I would be inpatient children growing up (and still today). Although […]

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The First Two Weeks of Adulting

As you may know from my previous blogs, I have made the leap and moved to Los Angeles with no place to live and no job. With a logline like that I guess I can tell you about how the first two weeks are going. My room mate had been out a week prior to […]

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The Transitionary Phase

I am currently sitting on the terminal floor of Birmingham airport. I used to find myself here a couple times a year for holidays or doctors visits. This has been one of my longest stretches without flying here. This past Friday I flew to Alabama to visit for the first time since graduating this past […]

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Do I Have to Graduate?

Well last night I attended my last ever college class. Yes, I still have finals, but it was my last time sitting and learning in an actual classroom at Alabama. At first I was excited, seeing as I was about to have a break after a long and hard semester, but yesterday I felt so sad. […]

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The Curious Incident of the Unemployed Graduate

Lately I have been getting the same question over and over again: WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO AFTER GRADUATION? I DO NOT KNOW! If you are graduating soon then you understand the very real struggle of the dreaded question. Some lucky individuals have a job lined up, but for some of us we are […]

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