As promised, I have the second half of my lessons to share, mostly for me to remember and hopefully draw some connections between other university students universally. With this in mind, here is what I learned as a sophomore. 1.Cleaning … Continue reading My Second Year of College: Part II
With all final projects turned in and tests completed, another year of college is completed. My sophomore year has managed to slip by and I find myself reflecting on the way my life has changed since this time last year. … Continue reading My Second Year of College: Part I
I am just finishing up my week of spring break, and I’ve spent it happily at home with my family. While I’ve been busy shopping at Costco, going to Pilates with my mom, and knocking medical check-ups off my list, … Continue reading Taking a Break
I have always been very open and honest on this blog, because the main reason I even write is to share my story and my life with an audience/community. But I haven’t been keeping up lately, literally and figuratively. I’ve … Continue reading Puppies, Pals, and the Pursuit of Peace
It scares me quite a bit how fast time moves the older you get, and roll your eyes if you must, but we know it to be true. It feels like last week I was buying my carefully planned color-coordinated … Continue reading Summer 2018: What I Learned
Preface: This is a short essay I wrote for a class recently. The prompt was titled, “Why Write?” What follows is my response. When I was six years old, I went on a vacation to the beach with my family. … Continue reading Why Write?
As I decided what to write about today, everything I am thankful for tried to overwhelm and muddy my brain. However, just last night as I flipped through a book, I was reminded how lucky we are to have this thing and I will continue to celebrate and study it for the rest of my life. Today, I am going to discuss my love of art, which is quite up there on the scale of things I love (sushi of course, dominates the scale most days). In the first grade, I painted a Cat in the Hat portrait that was … Continue reading Art: 12 DOG
Hello all, and happy December. It is the final month of the year, and 2017 has taught me so many things. Besides the fact that I really miss Obama and Vine, 2017 also enlightened me to a few things. I ate a lot of sushi, traveled, and met my new best friend. And especially at the time of another year ending, I find myself reminiscing on the past just as much as I plan for the future. The title of this series is “12 Days of Gratitude” or (12 DOG, more conveniently), because I have far too many blessings than … Continue reading Education: 12 DOG