What I learned from four years in banking

Last week, I ran into someone I knew from an old job on the train. It was 7 o'clock in the morning. He was heading to work and so was I. This wouldn't have been any more common occurrence than riding the train itself, but every once in awhile I run into Paul. He and… Continue reading What I learned from four years in banking

The most distressed profession in America, according to NYT & Time

As a newly immigrated adolescent in the late '90s, I attended a public middle school, then went on to a public high school. It may have been 15 years ago since I graduated from high school, but I can remember a particular teacher named Mr. Harvard, who taught choir and band (RIP, Mr. Harvard) and… Continue reading The most distressed profession in America, according to NYT & Time

I came, I conquered, and I’m here to tell: the story of my twenties

We must be willing to get rid of the life we've planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. - Joseph Campbell This year in February, I turned 33. Exactly ten years ago I graduated from college--the first in my family, in fact. It was a proud moment of my life.… Continue reading I came, I conquered, and I’m here to tell: the story of my twenties