Personal, Post Graduation Thoughts, Work

To my busy bees 🐝

First off, save the bees. I have always been considered a busy-bee. My work ethic is something that my prior bosses, family members, and even friends comment on because I literally do not stop. I am always working, creating some sort of side hustle, and pushing myself to go further and harder. I applauded this… Continue reading To my busy bees 🐝

Personal, Post Graduation Thoughts

Post Graduation Thoughts: 2 Month Mark

I’m back with a new category of posts about my adulating journey. I’m going to start my own tag called Post Graduation Thoughts. I hope to capture the small and the big things I’ve noticed, major lessons, and milestones that I have found pretty eye opening since I’ve have left the halls of Vanderbilt. Here… Continue reading Post Graduation Thoughts: 2 Month Mark

Personal

Looking for Adventure

When I was younger, I feel like I made all these plans of places I would go, things I would see, stuff I would do. A bucket list full of adventures, unforgettable memories, and traditional milestones that seemed so far away at the age of twelve. Honestly, the one I made in seventh grade was… Continue reading Looking for Adventure

Personal, Work

Woke in the Workplace

**The word “woke” is increasingly used as a byword for social awareness** If you know me at all, you know I am VERY passionate about a number of social and human rights issues. I double majored in women’s and gender studies and sociology, so learning more about marginalized voices, identities, and communities is my life.… Continue reading Woke in the Workplace

Work

Step 1 of Adulting: find job

I’m not sure if this an official thing, but I’m convinced that a crisis of career identity is real, especially when you’re young and starting out in the world. You have been so dedicated for years on a particular field of study or a career path because that’s where you ultimately planned on seeing yourself.… Continue reading Step 1 of Adulting: find job