A New Chapter

(Disclaimer: That is not the college I go to, but it is where I hope to study abroad! AKA Oxford University 😀 ) Less than a week ago I started college. You know, that thing I've been talking about since last year. It's here now. I AM A COLLEGE STUDENT. It's one of those days … Continue reading A New Chapter

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Let’s Go To Europe!

Right now, I have three big goals in life: Go to a Christian school Become a published author Study abroad Of these three, I have accomplished one. For the next four years I will be attending a Christian University. Now, my eyes and heart, are set on studying abroad during my senior year. I have … Continue reading Let’s Go To Europe!

College=New Friends

I know I have been posting a lot about college and graduating high school, but it's been a pretty big part of my life recently. So, here is one more blog post about college. After today, I promise there will be no more blog posts about college until school starts 🙂 . Almost 2 weeks … Continue reading College=New Friends

One Last Time

Today (Friday, May 26th, 2017), is my last day of high school. I am officially done with school. There are so many emotions right now. Admittedly, I will probably be more emotional at graduation. Either way, I will never walk the halls of my high school again (as a student anyway). It is such an … Continue reading One Last Time

Senioritis, and Why It Is the Bane of My Existence

A couple weeks ago someone asked me to explain senioritis. I have to admit, I didn't have an immediate answer that would fit everyone. Guess what? I still don't have an all inclusive answer (WARNING: This post is very long). This terrible mental and emotional fog, that clouds seniors' minds, comes in many shapes and … Continue reading Senioritis, and Why It Is the Bane of My Existence

Is it Possible to Graduate College Debt Free?

College is a terrifying, unpredictable creature. It creeps up on you out of nowhere. One minute you're sitting in your room playing barbies (or legos), the next you're about to graduate high school. It drains you of every resource you have (a.k.a. it eats your money). It takes you away from home. College is a … Continue reading Is it Possible to Graduate College Debt Free?