• I Did It

    March 16, 2018

    A little over three years ago, I told all of you I was going back to school. That my trip to Zimbabwe had changed my life, and my look on education and I wanted to do something with that. I switched my nearly completed teaching major to one that focused on psychology and religion, and…

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  • Zambia Book Bags for Giving Tuesday

    November 28, 2017

    For several Giving Tuesdays, I’ve partnered with World Vision and Thirty-One Gifts to bring awareness to different needs around the world. This year we’re looking at the girls in¬†Zambia, who World Vision staffer Deborah Johns visited at their Chipapa Primary School, which is in a remote village 2 hours outside of Lusaka, Zambia. On her…

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  • Second Guessing & Knowing

    September 7, 2017

    Right now it’s 9:30 here and I just finished a short paper for school. I’m in a Psych class that focuses on the disorders of childhood, and it’s my second week. It’s a hard one. Besides my math class that nearly caused me to stick a spoon into my eyes to avoid seeing x +…

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  • Holding On to the Creative

    August 24, 2017

    As the start of school gets closer for me (Monday!) after a bit of a break this summer, I find myself feeling almost panicky about it. Not so much about the class or the work. Or even getting it all done. Somehow I manage to even though I’m a terrible procrastinator. No, it’s none of…

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