I sat down for a solid 20 minutes, give or take, and just found myself staring blankly at my screen. Complete and total overwhelm consumed my brain and stalled any productive action. I’ve discovered this issue of mine years ago.
I want to shift something in this online space. Namely, the focus of this blog. I’m finding the sole focus on strictly the college experience a bit grating and confining. I’m not just a college student. I’m not just a
Like everything else in my life, I aim for minimalism. Only for the sake of giving my ADHD brain a fighting chance at staying relatively organized. Through the trial and error of high school and community college, I’ve slowly parred
I thought I’d take a moment to share my courses for this Fall semester to keep track of where I am in my academic progress, share the Anthropology major experience, and more of my transfer student experience. To recap for
It’s been a minute and a half, hasn’t it? Life has been rather chaotic these past few weeks, I haven’t had the moment (nor the energy) to sit down and actually type out a blog post. Just finished buying a
A phrase I credit to the Balanced Academic over on YouTube. It definitely struck a chord with me. It’s essentially a sense that the summer is coming to a close and shortly, the new academic year will dawn for many
The fall semester begins Monday, August 30th this year. Have you finished your enrollment, yet? I still have to do to Orientation, speak to my advisor, and register for classes. Thankfully, it’s all scheduled for the same day and time…
What is Anthropology. The common textbook (dictionary) definition of Anthropology usually looks something like this: I feel this oversimplifies the complexity that is inherent to the field of anthropology, especially when you add the layers of the 4 major subfields.
Assuming that you’ve already gone through the process of choosing the college and the major you want to commit to, congratulations: that’s half the battle won. Now the real preparation begins. Everything in this post is to help minimize the
In the previous post, I had withdrawn from the University of Rhode Island for several reasons. The majority of them were personal reasons, mostly due to mental health and loss. In the months that followed I have been digesting, integrating,