The Subtle Art of Procrastination…

The Subtle Art of Procrastination…

Everyone is familiar with it, that nagging feeling that you have something more important to focus your attention on, and yet…”ugh I don’t want to, you can put that off until later” comes creeping into your head. It starts with a simple, diversion “oh I 

Where I’m at

Where I’m at

Hey everyone, I think it’s time for a check-in. 🙂  I’ve been bad about posting updates this semester about how my senior year is going. I was hoping to post at least once a week, but life started happening and things started pilling up and 

Appearances and Ambition

Appearances and Ambition

So as my semester comes to the end, the final crunch where the days never seem long enough and the time to relax and just veg out of Netflix and Youtube seem like distant memories, is when I find the true colors of those around 

Thinking out loud

Thinking out loud

  Why is it that women always degrade, downplay, doubt their own opinions and thoughts on important topics, or just thoughts in general? The number of times I’ve heard “don’t laugh at me” or “this might sound like a stupid (question, comment, analysis)” in classroom 

How Do I Look?

How Do I Look?

During my time at Agnes Scott, I’ve taken several challenging, eye opening classes. The nature of a Liberal Art Education at work, am I right? 😉 I have to say though that the hardest, most challenging, frustrating, sleepless nights, crying my eyes out from stress 

Progressing

Progressing

A work in progress? Progressing? Being Progressive? Can anyone else relate to these ideas? Does anyone else feel like they could identify with these? I know that I certainly can. I’m in my third year of college, one of the “most pivotal times of my 

Digital Literacy

Digital Literacy

What does it mean to be digitally literate? Has anyone ever thought about digital literacy? I’m sure at one point or time in your life you have been asked about your computing skills (and no I’m not talking about math skills). People in the working