My history with driving has been bumpier than a road filled with potholes. In my post about being a perpetual passenger, I mentioned that I didn’t really start driving until I was in my 20’s. This is mainly because, as a teenager, driving gave me crippling anxiety. As someone who likes to have control over situations, namely situations where I have the potential to, you … Continue reading FLOOR IT?!
As established in last week’s post, it turns out, I’m excessively bad with change. I didn’t adjust to college very well, I had an identity crisis when my relationship went from polyamorous to monogamous, I struggle with my confidence every time I change roles at work, and, I had two huge life changes last week: our office moved, and I broke up with my therapist. … Continue reading Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes
All of the people that are graduating this month are making me nostalgic for my college days, so I wanted to write this week about my college career. And there was just no way to do that without talking about the movie “Tangled.” Congratulations to the class of 2019! It’s no secret that I’m a Disney-phile. I love the parks, the costumes, the movies, all … Continue reading How “Tangled” Got Me Through My College Career
For those of you who don’t already know this, I spent my entire college career working in student affairs, and I enjoyed it so much that I interviewed to go to graduate school and get my degree in it. Not only did I enjoy working in student affairs, but I really appreciated the work that I was doing as well. Helping stressed out college students … Continue reading The Busy Competition
Here’s a fun fact about me that you might not have known: I didn’t really start driving until I was 22 and had a job. Sure, I got my license before I left for college, but I didn’t like driving nor did I have a car, so I put it off as much as I could. Now that I have to drive regularly, I am … Continue reading The Oath of the Perpetual Passenger