Did you know I can’t accurately predict the future? That lack in my abilities has caused me some consternation this year as it relates to my goals. Here’s what happened. Read more »
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You can wake up slowly, stumble around, have breakfast, take a long shower, then split the rest of your morning time between aimlessly surfing the net and getting ready for work, making it out the door just in time to avoid being late. Or, you can get out of bed and throw on some workout… Read More »
Last year, for the first time ever, I sat down and came up with a list of 5 concrete goals to work towards, with the deadline of April, 2015. I also created, for the first time ever, a list of 5 monthly goals, which I am proud to say that I accomplished every single month… Read More »
To be honest, I’ve been planning to “be an author” since at least third grade, when Mrs. Ramos held a year-long contest to see how many Pages we could read. After reading a book, we would record the title, author, and book’s number of pages in our section of the Yellow Notebook. I remember having… Read More »
It’s a beautiful new year, full of promise and high hopes! Time to put the past behind us and focus on what’s ahead. What is ahead? My first and only FULL YEAR in Armenia as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Right now, I have a lot of extra time on my hands, because my college is… Read More »
It’s still a long way in the future, but I think about life after Peace Corps every single day. Repeating the cycle of “living with my parents again while I figure out the next step of my life” does not appeal to me anymore, and I’m afraid that if I don’t decide what I want… Read More »
Maybe it’s because there were too many other people setting New Year’s Resolutions, and sounding all optimistic about the future. Maybe that made me slightly bitter and want to rebel a little. For whatever reason, I wasn’t ready to “turn my life around” or “get back on track” or even “do better this year” when… Read More »