The best four years of my life are coming to a close this Friday. I'm graduating from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Psychology, with an emphasis in neuroscience, and a minor in Art History. I'll be heading off to Macon, Georgia in July to start law school at Mercer with a full … Continue reading Things I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Freshman Year Me
This week's and next week's blog posts will be on the shorter side because it's exam season. Best of luck to everyone studying their butts off (and thanks to those procrastinating by reading my blog)
I promise I'll be off my Florida kick after this post. I just miss the warmer weather so much! This big blue bridge made me feel like I was back in San Francisco. I love all the palm trees. Duuuval!
This was my first time going to The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, otherwise known as the Georgia vs. Florida game in Jacksonville. While I didn't have a single cocktail there (my liver is probably grateful for that haha) I did indulge in way too many sweets and treats. Sometimes you really need some stadium … Continue reading Florida Georgia
Life has been super crazy, as it always is during October. Between midterms, Homecoming, birthdays, weddings, and so much else I feel like I haven’t taken a deep breath in about three weeks! Without further ado, let’s jump right into some real time footage of my everyday life this fall. Homecoming came and went in … Continue reading My Everyday Life
I've had a lot of things going on in my life since 2018 started, and it feels good to stay so busy! I went to the Rose Bowl! And then I went to Disneyland... Google Art has a super cool app out that lets you see which paintings you look most like. I'm not sure … Continue reading Recently
My Homecoming Committee and I attended the 2018 Collegiate Leadership Conference this past weekend. I learned more than I could have imagined I needed to know, but I really want to share some notes from our keynote speakers Dr. Jan and VP Wilson. The first keynote speaker was Dr. Jan. She spoke about what leaders … Continue reading Being a Leader in 2018