Giving my brain a well-deserved hug with good thoughts and love after all the unnecessary drama I’ve put them through.
Starting your own club can be a great way to gain leadership skills and get involved on campus. And as a leader, there are some important things that should be taken into consideration before taking off.
Let’s talk about leadership and show each other what it means.
Maybe it’s because I’ve recently read The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle, or maybe it’s the fourth year wisdom, but anyhow I’m learning to commit to the moments and bask in all the gifts the present has to offer.
Opportunities are like doors. Maybe you know exactly where it will go, or maybe you don’t. But wherever the door leads, I must open it – or at least knock – to find out. Meeting new people or trying new…
Living on campus
a frosh in the Six.
Rolling in freedom
like a ball of excitement
inflated with anxiety.
The start of another school year is upon us, and clubs are getting ready to recruit. With so many to choose from, I remember being in my first year, overwhelmed by all the clubs out there to join. But there’s…
Now, when I think about the idea, I imagine Oprah hyping up a crowd, announcing it like a giveaway, “You’re a leader! And you’re a leader! Everyone’s a leader!!!” And you know what? I feel pretty special hearing it from Oprah.
At the end of the workshop, we each shared one word to reflect on the past four workshops. I shared the first word that came to me, strong. It may be quite an obvious choice, but it still captures what I’ve come to feel by the end of the series.
I may not have graduated and received my degree yet, but that doesn’t mean I can’t celebrate along the way. It’s been a long three years, and as I go into my fourth, I’ve learned that celebrating even the little things, like finishing an assignment and starting another semester, makes the journey more enjoyable. Maybe I don’t need an entire cake to celebrate finishing an exam, but acknowledging my hard work and perhaps, even a cupcake, will suffice.