I was a hard-worker and a go-getter before I knew that those were words for a resume. I always have turned in homework way earlier than needed and done the extra credit. I enjoy a calendar that is filled with color-coded appointments and a to-do list teaming with tasks. However, I have experienced several eye-opening… Continue reading How To Balance Work And Goals
https://i.pinimg.com/564x/1c/06/80/1c068078140b6ef74d7cee112fa5ebcb.jpg Manastash Ridge, Ellensburg, Washington Here in America, we have been quarantined besides essential work. In all honestly, I like it. A lot. My reasoning is simple enough, I like catching up on projects that I said I would take care of later. I have written twice the amount of words a day for my… Continue reading Hiking From Home
Is it time I throw out some books? What do I do with books I no longer like? The answer to these questions lie within the possibility of decluttering. Follow this guide to cleanse your bookshelves.
Can I change my degree? Will I be okay? We all face these questions when it comes to secondary education, so I dive into what it means for me.
I have done this before. I did the YouTube scene, the Tumblr panic, and the blogging hassle. I quickly became bored by my own content and lost interest and motivation. But here I am again. What makes this time different? Well this time I actually have a reason to be writing. I have boiled down… Continue reading Welcome