After weeks of not posting, I proceed to double post. Excuse the blogging faux-pas.
I didn’t think that anyone would be happy reading the wall of text that is the synthesis response to the establishment of identity through words and my thoughts on identity in general in the same post, so I’m making a separate post for my thoughts. Continue reading “Identity: But Wait, There’s More”
For my English class, I recently completed an online college portfolio, a collection of documents useful in the college application process. This included items such as a resume, entrance essay, and college search write-up, all of which I put into a folder in Google Drive justly titled, “College Portfolio”. If you are a rising senior (or even perhaps a curious rising junior), I highly recommend this project because it helped me reflect on myself as a person and got me a head start on applying to college. Continue reading “Too Long Didn’t Read (TLDR): College Is Expensive”
I hate it when I can’t see things; consequently I hate not wearing glasses. I get a little dizzy from the sensation of not wearing glasses and the anxiety that pricks me because I can’t see what’s going on. Logically, I shouldn’t be so dependent on seeing because I know that my sense of sight is the worst out of all five, but sight is my primary mode of function (as it usually is with people). Not being able to see where I’m going is dangerous; I could step on something sharp or trip on something. Continue reading “We’re Not in the Present Anymore, Dorothy”