Endless questions from others about your upcoming travels? Or need valid reasons to book your flight and just get going? Here are my justifications why you should go and make it happen.
Now that my time as student staff at Centennial Institute, my universities' public policy think tank, is over, I have free time to pause and write out what the near future holds (as well as dreams for the far out future.) I'm currently typing this on my iPad at 38,000 feet with my best friend … Continue reading I don’t suggest this traveling schedule…
My mind goes blank and all I can laconically respond is, "Yeah, it was awesome." How do I put eight weeks of experiences and memories and friendships into a square, eloquently gift-wrapped, comprehensively ribbon-tied single phrase to fit passing conversations? When I look at pictures and read over the journal I kept, I can reminisce … Continue reading I left my heart in Manhattan
Since the start of this internship, a cloud of expectations looming over my head has brought a torrent of anxieties on me that I may not measure up to my “potential”. This proverbial cloud formed by the same processes of the water cycle that keeps us alive on this earth: the evaporation of my own … Continue reading It’s a Rainy Day in the Big Apple
I'm an advice-taking kind of girl. Give me constructive criticism, personal opinion, or experiential knowledge, and I'll soak it up like a sponge. I really only realized this trait in me after taking the "Personal Strengths" test freshman year of college, and this ambiguous word "Input" showed up on the list. Turns out I like … Continue reading Input Junkie