Weeks like this one, they’re can feel like you’re drowning before coming up for air only to find water in your lungs. Once that happens, what do you do?
After a week of working, balancing (or not balancing), studying, and stressing, congratulations everyone; we've made it through another week. For the quarter system students, this is the hard part to get through— midterms started weeks ago and from now on they don't really stop. We are all trying to just hold on until Thanksgiving…Read more All the Little Big Things
Have you ever heard that metaphor about the breaking glass? I heard it on How I Met Your Mother, it goes something like this: There are a lot of little things about life that we don’t notice or don’t really see until someone tells us. We don’t see it until we have nowhere else to…Read more Before and After– As the Glass Breaks
Yesterday I wrote a blog post on the fragility of our human lives, the time limits on all of us that we simply cannot see. I know that I wrote it yesterday, yet I had no idea I was actually writing about one of the most beautiful souls I have ever known. I was yet…Read more For Maddie Elliott
If you’ve been following my blog for the past year or so, you would know that even though I’m a current chemistry major, I’m switching my major to English. To a lot of people, this might seem foolish, wasteful, or even flat out irresponsible. Here’s the thing: I’m okay with that. I would rather stress, or…Read more Keys to Happiness- Intro to Change
“When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems as though you could not hang on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.” – Harriet Beecher Stowe They say that no matter what happens, life…Read more In Loving Memory and Suicide Prevention