In June, Chelsea and I had tickets to go see Yvie Oddly, the winner of the most recent season of RuPaul's Drag Race, perform in Louisville. Planning for a fun weekend trip, we booked an AirBnB close to the club and made our way to Kentucky, only to find out once completing the two-hour drive… Continue reading Finding Your Voice: Social Anxiety v. Intuition
“Not everything has to be a big career move. Just slow down.” It sounds like strange advice, but it was something I needed to hear. These particular words of wisdom came to me from Amanda Bonilla, the Assistant Director of IUPUI’s Social Justice Education and my mentor of three years. She was checking in on… Continue reading Coping with the Unknown
[Insert celebratory noise maker sound here] I'm officially 21 years old and no longer have to worry about whether or not I'm legally old enough to go places! Never mind the fact that I've been paying my rent for three years — I can buy a bottle of wine and that's what it means to… Continue reading I’m an ‘adult’ now!
The nerves are gone! Having completed my first 'week' as an intern for the Indiana State Museum, I thought I would do a little bit of a recap for me to look back on at the end of the summer. My first two days at the museum included the most welcoming environment I think I've… Continue reading Street Team Intern: Week One
A message to the doubts in my mind and the knots in my stomach. Less than a week prior to beginning my internship at the Indiana State Museum, the nerves have started to kick in. It's routine at this point, for me to get nervous days before any big event in my life, despite the… Continue reading You got this: