Driving a 40-minute commute to and from school can be hard. I made my schedule fit perfectly, to have the day flow. I live just far enough away to make a trip home not worth it. But, when I finish a test early, the weather changes by the time I get to school or I get unexpectedly hungry, here is a few tips to get you through those annoying situations.
I started working my senior year of high school as a hostess at a Italian restaurant down the street from my house. I loved that job, I loved having a job. I worked there for about 6 months before I left to go to Lowe’s. Lowe’s was a great job, but I couldn’t see myself moving up and there were other things going on that led me to apply at my current job, Costco. I started working at Costco my first week of my freshman year of college. It was a lot of change all at once, but I loved it. I love Costco and I have loved the year I have spent there! Continue reading
There are so many great post about organizing your planner and making it cute. I love reading those post and awing at there use of stickers, pens and doodles. The possibilities are limitless when it comes to planners. Continue reading
My senior year of high school my newsfeed was almost always bombarded with the acceptance letter, then that summer my feeds were bombarded with dorm room pictures. But, what about those who didn’t go off to school. The ones who stayed home and went to community college, they evidently get their chance. I am getting my chance. I will be finishing my time at my community college after this year and move on to a four-year university! Continue reading
When I first signed up for online classes I was nervous about how I would do. I didn’t know if I would like it or if I would even be successful.
I started my online experience with public speaking and interpersonal communication throughout the summer and did awesome. I loved the structure of the classes and the freedom to work ahead. This fall semester I took another online class and have been beyond happy. I was a little weary, again, just about the structure, but I realized that most teachers create online classes in a similar structure. Continue reading
This semester I changed campus for school because of class availability. This new campus is farther away which made me not happy. I’ve been going to school within 10 minutes from home since elementary school and now I would have to drive around 30 minutes to and from, five days a week. Continue reading
Looking back on my first year of school, going into my sophomore year, there are so many things I wish I would have had when I started. There are things that just work for college that don’t work for high school and things that worked in high school that won’t cut it in college. Continue reading
Although, I have been taking summer classes all summer starting up in the regular semester still seems overwhelming. Summer classes are more laid back than regular semester classes, to me. To get ready for the full load that will be ahead of me here are some tips and tricks to be successful! Continue reading
There is only three weeks left until school starts so i will be doing a three-week-three-point series about school! I will bring up the basics to be successful in your start to school!
In your backpack, almost everyone has those specifics like a charger or some pens. But, here is a list of some stuff to stick in your backpack that you might not have thought about!: Continue reading
Reflecting over my first year of college and it is so crazy how much everything has changed.
I have the same major but God’s changed my path. Now I want to go into middle school/high school ministry. Something I have never imagined myself wanting to do. I never felt called to do anything like that, but after this year, being a small group leader I realized that I just wanted to do that all the time. That that would be the most fun and rewarding job of them all! Continue reading