I'm a literacy tutor and freelance editor and writer currently based in Baltimore, MD.
I have a BA in English and am currently enrolled in a Certificate in Editing program at the University of Washington.
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When you were a child, you probably didn’t think “I want to have roommates when I grow up!” However, living with roommates doesn’t have to be the nightmare that so many people make it out to be. Whether you have roommates by choice or necessity, for the short- or long-term, there are many ways to make roommate life more enjoyable. 1. Lighten up on your expectations. There are many common-sense things roommates must do to show each other respect, like not touching each other’s private property
Loneliness is a prevailing and burdensome emotion we frequently bear in our modern lives. As with many other painful emotions, we often try to ignore our hurt instead of treating ourselves with the necessary compassion and self-care we need. Rather than suppressing your feelings or getting caught up in the “why,” consider the following suggestions as a guide when you feel lonely. 1. If You Can, Reach Out to Someone Directly. I know this takes a lot of courage. You may be thinking people won’t