Well hello again. It's been a few months since I've updated you all so let me catch you up. It's definitely been an adventure. I graduated from ASU with my Masters in Education. Yay! That was such a huge accomplishment for me and it was proud moment. I took the time to just revel in … Continue reading Starting Fresh
So a lot has happened since I was last able to write. My last few posts were focused on my anxiety about my future. I didn't know where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do. Don't get me wrong. The unknown still scares the daylights out of me. However, I'm grateful to … Continue reading The Next Chapter
Okay this post is going to be a little bit of a free flowing of thoughts for me because I am struggling with organizing my thoughts. I am about to graduate with my Masters which means I am actively looking for jobs. Here's the issue: I don't really know what I want to do anymore. … Continue reading Career Anxiety
One of the interesting things about being in higher education right out of college is being the youngest in the office. It makes sense that a lot of people right out their degrees are usually the baby of the office. For those of us who are, there are certain things that we deal with because … Continue reading The Baby at Work: being the youngest in the office
One of the many questions I get from people I meet is how I have two Bachelors degrees, forensic and anthropology, yet I work at a college and am getting my Masters in Education. I mean, surely I could have gotten a job or continued in the field if I wanted to right? Well, its … Continue reading I Have Degrees in Forensics and Anthropology, and Now I’m In Education?
Since graduating from my undergrad last year, one of the scariest things for me was how I was going to deal with my anxiety working at an actual job. Having to be doing something for 8 hours straight 5 days a week is absolutely terrifying for me. In my field of work, I have to … Continue reading Dealing with Anxiety at Work