Twelve 20-somethings chronicle their lives for WBUR. Learn more.
|Current job||Associate attorney, Jeffrey A. Cohen, Esq.|
|Jobs since graduation||Intern, Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Cable; intern, National Association of Broadcasters; intern, Masferrer & Associates; intern and fellow, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press; waitress, Chili’s; substitute teacher, Triton Regional High School; copy editor, John Wiley & Sons|
|Living arrangement||Living with parents until September 1, then in an apartment with two roommates.|
|How a paycheck|
|After paying my rent and student loan payment, half my monthly paycheck is gone. Then I pay my car payment, car insurance, health insurance, and credit cards. That leaves me enough to buy groceries and gas for my car and not much else.|
|Interests||Following my favorite sports teams, going to trivia night with my friends, reading, watching TV, skiing in the winter, running 5Ks|
|Details in the Fabric by Jason Mraz, featuring James Morrison. It’s an amazing song and has such a calming influence over me. The gist is that you can’t worry about every detail, you’ll go crazy, so just calm down and enjoy the ride; everything will be all right.|