Author: Suzanne Scacca

Why Tiger Woods Should Never Show Up in Your Featured Images

Before I get out of bed each morning, I open my Google news app and take a look at what’s happening around the world, the nation, and my own little local bubble here in Delaware. Needless to say, I was shocked as I looked through the local news feed and found Tiger Woods’ mug shot there. My first thought was, “Uh, did he just go and get himself arrested in Delaware, too?” Then I realized it was the same mug shot from his May DUI arrest. So, here’s what I’m wondering: How the heck did Tiger Woods’ mug shot...

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Finding Inspiration in the Downright Strange and Beautiful

I recently rented a movie called Equals, thinking it could be hit or miss, but still worth trying out. I’ve really enjoyed Nicholas Hoult’s  movies these last few years (Kill Your Friends, Mad Max, Warm Bodies, to name a few), so I figured this wouldn’t be your typical dystopian love story. And I was right. As I’m wont to do when a movie’s captured my attention, I finished Equals and looked up the film’s specs immediately afterward. I was not at all surprised to discover that the screenwriter, Nathan Parker, is the same guy who wrote Moon. If you haven’t seen...

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R.I.P. My Desk Jockey Career – 2006-2016

From 2006 to 2016, I played the role of the diligent and dedicated desk jockey for a lot of companies. And by “a lot of companies”, I mean I pretty much set the standard for how job-hopping millennials should approach their careers. (You’re welcome, millennials.) The thing is though, my gut was always telling me there was something wrong with these jobs, that this wasn’t the career path I wanted. My mind, however, tried to rationalize this practical approach: “You’ve got to pay the bills.” “Once you get past the learning curve, it’ll be fine.” “This is what you majored in. Might...

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Blog Under Construction

Hi all! My blog is currently under construction. With a new business and a new website, I haven’t had time to get the images up and running here nor have I had time to create new posts. So sit tight and I’ll let you know when we’re ready to rock and roll on here...

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The Struggle Is Real: How to Eat Well Even When You’re Feeling Lazy

Eating alone had never been a difficult task for me to accomplish in the past. In my single days, I’d either dial up my favorite Chinese restaurant or run out to the nearest burger joint and get myself some quick, tasty, and way too salty mouth treats. Now that I’m an adult though, I realize I need to be more responsible than that. Fiscally and physically. So when my boyfriend ends up working night shifts for a month straight, it takes a lot of strength for me to fight that urge to pop Charlie in the car and run out to...

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