This list exists for dual purpose. Not only do I wish to have people more aware of who I am, how I act, and why. But, it also stands as a declaration of This Is Me. I think we, as women and young adults, need to be more ardent about these things. The world tries… Continue reading Things The World Will Just Have to Accept About Me:
While tutoring today, a conversation about whether adding a minor would be a good idea turned into a very interesting discussion about life. She was speculating career goals, and said, “What you look like determines who you are.” I asked her what she meant by that, and then listened to her description of how her… Continue reading A Conversation
Sometimes it feels like the whole world is culminating to one point, and we are struck with the idea of whether we will be able to handle the wave when it hits. Graduation feels like this. I have determined, though, that I am O.K. being poor as long as I feel like my job is… Continue reading Stage: Don’t Panic.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? In 5 years? In 1 year? To determine this, we must first process what we want, what our priorities are, and what our obligations are. Once this is defined, we must then be flexible with those concepts, and try to view them in ways that they would… Continue reading Where do you see yourself in….
When life gives you lemons, I could make lemonade. Three parts water, one part lemon juice, one part sugar. It is a simple ratio of this to that. But, where is the fun in that? When life gives me lemons, I make lemon bars, and then I make lemon chicken. Then, I use the lemon… Continue reading When life gives you lemons…
Graduation day is moving inevitably closer, and as it does I begin to reflect on the intersections ahead of me. “Master of Science in Leadership, what do you do with that?” I was asked. “Well,” I responded, “You are a leader.” “What does that even mean? To be a leader?” was the sardonic response of… Continue reading What is a leader?
In light of the world, I reflect. Your life, and your personality, are the response of infinite interactions and experiences, and your personal responses to them. This is my reflection.