Today, I signed up for my last 12 undergraduate credits: Trends and Practical Applications in Information Systems Management…and then German I and Italian I 😂 I had room for two electives and I thought those two may be helpful down the road 😉 Read More
I know, I know. Exactly how many times have I started this blog over? Probably a lot. More than I should’ve. Three times to be exact. But hey, third time’s a charm.
This time, it’s real and to prove it to you—as a 21 year-old attempting to capture my life before I get any older—here are 21 facts about me:
If you’re new, welcome to my blog! If you’ve been here before, well…you’ve probably already noticed that I’ve pretty much changed a few things, including deleting my old posts from when I started this blog last year.
I wanted to start over (I know, again, but to be fair I warned you all about the possibility of me doing this), so here’s me starting over.
I recently met up with my cousin to help her with her extended essay. If that rings a bell to you, I could probably guess you were or currently are in the IB program.
It just feels so surreal to be helping her with this since I was in the same position four years ago…
I’m 20 years-old and I don’t have a driver’s license. Yes, really. I know, I know… I really should get one. Most teens nowadays are ecstatic to get their license at 16 years old while there’s me over there in the corner lacking all means of motivation to get one. As much as I’d like to blame my nonchalant attitude when it comes to driving, Read More
It’s been one or two months now since my family and I have been living in our home without furniture.
…Wait what? No furniture?!
Yep. No furniture.
Let me explain… Read More
Yesterday, we dropped off my younger brother at his university for move-in day. It was crazy to think that (me being two years older than my brother) two years had already gone by since I started my own college journey. Now of course, my college experience is definitely going to be different from my brother’s, but hey, everyone’s college experience will be different.
Since this week comes most people’s first day in college (what up freshmen!), I decided to write about, in no particular order, the 10 things I learned in my first two years of college that I believe are important and play a huge role in my life today.
It was in 6th grade that I made my very first “creative outlet” online account. Drawing and reading, my hobbies at the time, introduced me to many artists, writers, and creators who inspired me to explore my creativity and start my own collection of works that I would share with the online world. Looking back, I’ve gone through a lot of accounts as a means of artistic expression: Scratch, DeviantArt, Tumblr, Instagram (just to name a few of the major ones) and today, I’ve finally made one of my goals as a child into reality—I finally bought my own domain and heck yeah I’m now going to start my very own official blog! Read More