I'm nearing the end of another semester of college. I've weathered capricious professors, bad break-ups, and numerous existential crises in the past two years. But finally, I cracked. Last week I came down with a nasty cold. My symptoms resembled bronchitis and mononucleosis, though the jury at the Health Center remained out. In the face of… Continue reading Perspectives from Death’s Doorstep
Word Count: 1000 | Time to Read: 5 minutes I take my New Year's Resolutions very seriously. In the past, these resolutions have spurred me to become a vegan, attempt to find my biological father (an interesting story I've save for another post), and spend a year 'living without'. In March of 2014, I temporarily deleted… Continue reading Why I’m Deleting My Facebook
If you know anything about me, you know that I've partaken in some downright daft activities. For instance, in the midst of studying for six AP exams, I've also been waking before dawn to train for a marathon. I could ramble on about the psychological base of my behaviors, but I'll save that for another… Continue reading 40 Days. No Facebook.