This week got off to a really poor start. Just as we were about to go to bed on Sunday night, Chelsea and I noticed some strange bruising on our dog Lola's belly. At first, I assumed she might have been itching herself too much and irritated her skin - I assumed there was nothing… Continue reading Why not now?
“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
This semester, I am enrolled in four classes, three of which are in-person and one is online. I spend roughly eight hours per week sitting in a classroom and I’m expected to spend more than triple that number of hours studying or working on assignments outside of the classroom. On top of my academic workload,… Continue reading It’s more than ‘Senioritis’
A note on healthy eating, mainly for myself. Deviating from the normal today, I'd like to talk a bit about food. More specifically, my difficulty in making healthy choices regarding what I consume. At the beginning of this year, I had stopped drinking soda and was eating more healthily than I probably have, ever. After… Continue reading Let’s have lunch
Today I finished the last class of my sophomore year of college, marking the halfway point in my journey to a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. I am looking forward to spending the next four months (approximately) away from coursework and curriculum, but I will not be taking the summer off - not completely. Many… Continue reading Why keeping busy over summer break is important to me