What's this?! My first monthly wrap-up of 2019?!?! I know it's been a while, but I'm so happy to say that I'm back! May has certainly been a time... In May I read a total of 4 books: The Happiness Advantage by Shawn Achor Food by Gertrude Stein To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han … Continue reading MAY 2019 | Wrap-Up
It's done! I graduated from Wheaton with a BA in English! It's a strange feeling, being done with my English major after so many years of looking forward to and working towards it. I've been incredibly lucky to have had this opportunity to dive into the study of literature, especially for an intensive year at … Continue reading Done with my English major?!?!
June is a great month, for several reasons. First (and most importantly): SCHOOL IS OVER!! Second, the weather starts warming up to a reasonably nice temperature (bye bye New England winter!). Lastly, you have the entire summer ahead of you to be super excited about! This June in particular was crazy for me, but in … Continue reading June 2015 Wrap-Up
Oh, lovely, lovely June. Why must you go so soon? (Unintentional rhyme, but I'll go with it!) June is a great month because the weather gets a million times nicer, school ends, and you have the entire summer ahead of you to be excited about. This June in particular was an excellent one, so I … Continue reading June Favorites: Road Trips, Lost, and Amazing Cake
People, my graduation day has officially come and gone, and I am FREE AT LAST!! For the longest time it felt as though that day would never come, and then suddenly it was here and now it's then. I still can't believe that I'm done with high school for good. There are certainly some things that I'll … Continue reading I’M FREE! (AKA I’ve Finally Graduated from High School!)
“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” ~ Mark Twain It's official: yesterday I graduated from high school! This quote reflects how I felt the majority of the time in high school, because most of my teachers either didn't care about teaching or were just really ineffective at actually helping students learn. … Continue reading QUOTE: Mark Twain