Summer at Southface Final Reflection

Summer at Southface Final Reflection

  Summer at Southface Reflection               There is a lot that can be said about my time I spent this summer at Southface Energy Institute. It has been a very informative summer, even though I wasn’t technically in school or class it still felt 

Day 32: EBOM research begins

Day 32: EBOM research begins

Today was a relatively quiet day. Only downside was a slight headache starting around 1:00, but it wasn’t so bad I couldn’t focus. I spent most of the day researching EBOM (fancy term for the operations and management of a building) because I figured it 

Day 31: Bomb Squat Project visit

Day 31: Bomb Squat Project visit

Much better day today. I got to go on a site visit. It was a design kick-off meeting for a new building at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport here in Atlanta. It is a new project, they are building a new K-9/EOB building (you know the 

Day 30: Monday Frustrations

Day 30: Monday Frustrations

I left last week on a high, and now, it’s Monday; the office has an AC problem (it’s warm and humid, but our individual ac units on our desks work wonderfully so it honestly isn’t a problem when sitting at your desk), and people are 

Day 23: Asking Off Work

Day 23: Asking Off Work

Today is a weird but good day for me. I have a short day at the office. I’m leaving after lunch to help out at Agnes Scott for a talk/discussion/tour of all the sustainable accomplishments Agnes Scott has done with their sustainability program within the 

Day 22: First Staff Meeting

Day 22: First Staff Meeting

First Staff Meeting, or really first staff showcase is more like it. I’ve been to many meetings in my lifetime, from student organizations or college committees, even the all-day meetings here that I’ve talked about previously, but this full staff meeting was something else. It 

Day 21: Learning independently but still asking questions

Day 21: Learning independently but still asking questions

After weeks of researching independently, I finally had a meeting with one of my supervisors to go over work that I would be doing for the rest of the week (when I’m not in meetings or site visits that is) and I have got to 

Day 20- Previous Experience for the win!

Day 20- Previous Experience for the win!

Who would have thought that things you did in your past would actually apply to your future? I mean, to have gone to an panel event way back in April 20th just because it seemed like a cool opportunity to fast forward to today only 

Day 15: Passing the Downtime

Day 15: Passing the Downtime

Happy Friday! It’s a long weekend the weekend, so really Happy 4th of July!  I wrapped up my work earlier this week really, most of my assignments were small so I’m taking today to reflect a little. Think I’ll talk about how important it is 

Day 14: Enjoy the little mundane jobs

Day 14: Enjoy the little mundane jobs

Hello!  It’s near the end of the week, happy Thursday everyone! I’m just thinking about how we sometimes take life for granted. We need to enjoy the boring, mundane work sometimes. It may not always be the most exciting thing in the world to be