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
Even in my short week, I understand so much more and I still have eleven more weeks to go!
Hi, friends! I have completed my series on Paris. I loved reliving my favorite vacation through writing this mini-series. You can find my posts by scrolling to the categories at the bottom and clicking on Travel. However, for now, I'm just back to my more or less normal posts! When I'm at school, I try to keep … Continue reading My Favorite Morning Routine
For being in a city, the noise was all blocked out and it was quiet, peaceful, and full of wonder. Just like my heart and soul was that first day...
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
Go to high school. Stay four years. Graduate. Go to college. Stay four years. Or not? If you are like me, either you are in my same place and not graduating in society’s pressured, "four years of college" or you've been there. Maybe you are lucky and you graduated "on time". Let's talk about this. … Continue reading Life Is Not a Race
Most of all, I couldn't believe how it all affected me and challenged me to expect more of myself and others.