Yesterday in my leadership class, my teacher asked us who felt burnt out. Seeing as it was an MBA class, no one wanted to really admit they were burnt out. There's that feeling in grad school like you can't admit any sort of defeat- even if that "defeat" is you needing a nap and some … Continue reading Mid-Semester Update
All in all, if you have the opportunity, get yourself an internship. Ideally paid, because you're worth that at least. But find one where you can explore your passion, creativity, and career. It's worth it to invest in yourself.
You may be the hardest working person and the best one for the job, but employers won't know that if they can't see it.
Last May I was "supposed to graduate" college. HA! I took a bit longer route in order to get two degrees and half of my Master's degree, so I'm still on campus roaming around with 18-year-olds whose excitement of freedom hasn't washed away yet and they haven't taken their first exam yet that'll make them feel … Continue reading 50 Tips for Making the Most Out of College
I am someone who always just “wants to get on with it”, but how sad is that truly? I have spent so many days, months, and years, probably, wishing my life away so I could see the next big thing.
On a scale of 1-10, how obsessed are you with being organized? I'm closer to the 10. I usually need some sort of solid organizational system to keep myself from going crazy. At the very minimum, Google Calendar needs to be up and running. However, I just got a new goal planner yesterday and y'all, it's so … Continue reading #GoalsPlanner
Even in my short week, I understand so much more and I still have eleven more weeks to go!
Good morning fellow interns/future interns/someone genuinely interested in my intern prepping! This summer I am super fortunate to have an internship. You can read more about how I got it HERE. In anticipation for it to begin, I've been doing a few things to prepare so I am not completely caught off guard on my … Continue reading How I’m Prepping for My Summer Internship
In my short time training, I ran further than I ever expected of myself. It taught me I could run faster, be better, and push myself more.
Not every period of your life is going to be successful, but those are the ones that shape us into who we become