As internet speeds get better, I have to wonder: when will we see a balance in upload and download speeds?
As someone who loves to travel, I figured it was time to kick off a travel series. Today, I’m starting with our 5 favorite places in Atlanta.
When picking an apartment, we fell for the slumlords of Atlanta. Don’t make the same mistakes as us. Do your research if you plan to move to Atlanta.
At long last, allow me to finish this series with the full story behind why I left engineering, and where I plan to go from here.
If you’ve been wondering where I’ve been the last week or so, I’ve been on vacation. That said, not everything was sunshine and rainbows. In fact, the trip was rather stressful.
Welcome to the penultimate weekly update. Next week will be the last weekly update I ever do! Then, I’ll be moving to monthly updates.
For many, the dream is to work from home. What’s not to love? No annoying coworkers. No angry bosses. No commutes. Unfortunately, working remote is not all sunshine and rainbows.
I wouldn’t be a true millennial if I didn’t complain about the stresses of moving. After all, moving used to be uphill both ways.
Will this be the last time I talk about Atlanta on the site? Let’s hope so! For now, let’s briefly chat about how I handle stress management and test practice.
Another week of general updates. Check back next week to see how the Atlanta life is going!