Personal, Post Graduation Thoughts

Is Letting Go Always Necessary?

This post might sound a bit convoluted and rambled, but it's been on my mind and seemed like an excellent moment to put some words to paper, especially for another edition of Post Graduation Thoughts. This morning I came across an article where someone claimed that detachment was the #1 thing they wanted to work… Continue reading Is Letting Go Always Necessary?

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the year of _____

Originally my plan was to create a list of 17 lessons from 2017, but that was a bit much. So, here are 5 lessons that I can say have truly impacted my year. What is meant for you is already yours – whether you call it God, fate, or coincidence, whatever is made for you… Continue reading the year of _____

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2017: growth and happiness

I’ve been debating how to make my return to my blog. I have had writer’s block for the past few months because the initial excitement of my new project wore off. I was no longer inspired and I felt like I had nothing good to say. So I thought why not end this year with… Continue reading 2017: growth and happiness

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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 🐝

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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

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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

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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