I’ve been officially adulting for two years now, ever since getting my first post-grad job and moving into my first apartment. It’s been quite the journey so far and, while I enjoy most parts of being an adult, I also feel like adulting is a lot like walking along a beach littered with tiny rocks,... Continue Reading →
I've lived with anxiety for pretty much my entire life. As a small child, I used to get frequent tummy aches and did not realize until my freshman year of college that the proper term for that feeling was "anxiety". That same semester, I paid my university's counseling center a visit and officially began my... Continue Reading →
I’ve been working in my current role as an academic advisor for almost two years now. This is my first post-graduation, full-time student affairs gig and I ride the emotional rollercoaster of loving and hating this job on an almost daily basis. As is the case with most things in life, everything has it’s ups... Continue Reading →
That right there, that's me. With the short hair, the brightly colored tattoos and the two nose piercings. My nose piercings are always in. My tattoos only hidden during the colder months when the temperatures are too frigid for short sleeves. This is how I present myself every day, including when I'm at work, and... Continue Reading →
We have reached the final moments of 2019 and I am in the midst of reflecting on the past year and setting goals for the next. 2019 was a rollercoaster of good experiences and not so good ones. I learned from them all and wouldn’t take back any of it. With the help of YearCompass... Continue Reading →
I'm tired, friends! And I think I know why. Check back on Sunday to read about 4 very valid reasons you might be tired too at this time in the semester.