Sometimes it’s easier, for cleaning or doing dishes when it can be nice to let your mind be somewhere else. But when it comes to chatting with friends, spending time with family, doing work, or just catching up with ourselves, it can be important to stay present. This is something I struggle with, especially the more the pandemic has gone on. So here's something I've started doing that I'm learning to love.
Adjusting to change
As The World Turns
Right now, the question we’re wondering about isn’t if they will happen, but rather how they will happen and change as we move forward. And the uncertainty of the answer is something I’m not particularly fond of facing. Sure, some of it can be exciting. But a lot of it brings me a whole lot of anxiety that I don’t like.
How To Handle Activity and Travel Restrictions
If people feel they’re stuck in their homes and can’t go anywhere, what else is there to do?Well, it just so happens that I’ve decided to compile a small list for you, because well… I’m stuck too and I figured, why not. So, check this out.
A Paradigm Shift–College Style
But, like I said, I’m not always good at being human. Because humans need other humans, for support or love or laughter or company… We need each other. I know that. I’m just not great at living like it.
Leaning into Senior Year Changes
Just because I’m ahead of the game though, doesn’t mean that I’m coasting through this school year. If anything, this is probably my most challenging quarter on the creative side of things. And it only gets tougher from here.
Taking Up Space
The more people I talk to, the more I realize that maybe I have something to say that they need to hear.
Adjusting to Yourself
Everything affects everything: here's why it matters to you.
An Open Letter To College Freshman
It wasn't until I had a conversation with an old friend yesterday that I realized I'm going into my second year of college— I'm not a freshman anymore. To look back on the beginning of college last year, it's odd to think of myself as two different people; the me then and the me now. But…Read more An Open Letter To College Freshman