It’s been a few weeks. A bit longer than I intended between posts. It’s also about half way through this last semester at college and I cannot wait for it to be over. The drawn-out pandemic experience paired with the
This journey is only just beginning in earnest. Truthfully, I’ve dabbled in independent scholarly pursuits and autodidactism throughout the years. Beginning in adolescence, here and there in the 20s. Each time, I was consistently told that I needed a college
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.
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
Why I Did It I have a mild rant for you. Bear with me for a moment. I started my higher education journey as an adult in my late twenties, and at the community college level. Many factors contributed to
In light of the uncertainties 2020 has brought in terms of health, education, and economics – it feels like it would never be a more relevant time than ever to speak on this. Right as so many recently graduated high