It’s 11pm on a Monday night and I’m sitting in my bed feeling so incredibly blessed. We just finished what was arguably the best recruitment of my time in Alpha Gam and I can’t put to words the feelings I have about this past weekend. Continue reading “Post-Recruitment Ramblings from a Sentimental Senior”
Lately it’s seemed like the world is out to get me, solely because I’m too busy and because life can just be crazy. So I took the time to write out a 10 little things I can be proud of daily: Continue reading “Little Things to be Proud Of”
So technically, this title is deceiving because I’ve been a senior since December. BUT, I feel as if my semester in NYC didn’t “really” count as part of my senior year since I wasn’t “really” in school.
That being said, I officially have less than 3 months until graduation. 82 days until I walk across the stage and become a real person. THAT’S not scary.
I realized I haven’t updated in a while — I’ve been beyond busy with two internships, classes, homework, and seeing way too many shows with my roommate. Continue reading “10+ Broadway Shows Later…”
Wow, it’s been a really long time since I’ve posted anything on here, but I felt like this semester would be a perfect time to update it.
If you didn’t know, I’m currently studying in New York City, my favorite place in the entire world. I’ve been here for just over a week, and am loving every second of it. I’m taking 16 credit hours and interning 20-30 hours a week at a company called The Legacy of You. I thought I’d update everyone on where this past week and a half has taken me.
These past few weeks were some of the most exhausting but some of the most fun of my life. We literally started prepping for recruitment and our new members the first day of classes. It was a never ending cycle of class, recruitment, homework, sleep. Sometimes, I got to eat dinner.
But then came the actual weekend of recruitment. And it was both everything and nothing what I expected.
So, I did it. I made it to my sophomore year of college. And, technically, it’s my “sophomore and a half” year. Yep, at the end of this semester, I’ll be a junior and therefore halfway done with my college career.
At this time last year, if you’d asked me if I would be back at Belmont for another year, I’d have laughed. I was miserably homesick and had no friends. It was bad.
But, things change, and I’m so so happy to be back.