As my college career ends super unceremoniously, I’m left reflecting on the students still in the middle of what should be an immersive journey of self-discovery and those who were looking forward to beginning their own in the fall. And I think back on everything I thought college would be like years ago in contrast with how these last four years have actually unraveled.Continue reading “Realistic College Advice From A 2020 Grad”
Funeralizing the Decade
Social media has assured me that I speak not only for myself when I say this year has been exhausting.
It has been a decade filled with growing pains, be it through ego deaths, the outgrowing of relationships, the exposure of people’s true colors, the re-discovery of self, the feeling of helplessness in overwhelm, etcetera…Continue reading “Funeralizing the Decade”
College Life: Freshman Fall Semester at USC
Only 2 weeks left until classes end and my first semester at the University of Southern California draws to a close. This has been the first time in my life living in another state, being away from my family, and having complete responsibility for everything I say and do… and it’s been the most amazing and unbelievably blessing experience of my life. Continue reading “College Life: Freshman Fall Semester at USC”