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GA Adventures – Reflection: February 2016

This is a reflection I’ve written for the Family, School, and Neighborhood Engagement Scholars I work with. Read my introduction to these here. Prompt Think about our discussion and worksheets on values. Were you surprised at all? Do you believe the worksheet didn't quite get it right, or does it fall in line with your idea… Continue reading GA Adventures – Reflection: February 2016

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GA Adventures – Reflection: January 2016

This is a reflection I’ve written for the Family, School, and Neighborhood Engagement Scholars I work with. Read my introduction to these here. Prompt Now that you've had a little bit of an overview and discussion on white privilege and inequality, take time to talk about what next steps for you might be. What was… Continue reading GA Adventures – Reflection: January 2016

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GA Adventures – Reflection: November 2015

This is a reflection I’ve written for the Family, School, and Neighborhood Engagement Scholars I work with. Read my introduction to these here, and read the original post here. Prompt Part A – How do you see yourself incorporating the principles we went over during the reflection into your daily lives or into your service hours?… Continue reading GA Adventures – Reflection: November 2015

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GA Adventures – Reflection: October 2015

This is a reflection I’ve written for the Family, School, and Neighborhood Engagement Scholars I work with. Read my introduction to these here, and read the original post here. Prompt Part A - Based on the descriptions given during the October training and your work in FSNE thus far, how would you describe your subject… Continue reading GA Adventures – Reflection: October 2015

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GA Adventures – Reflection: September 2015

This is a reflection I've written for the Family, School, and Neighborhood Engagement Scholars I work with. Read my introduction to these here, and read the original post here. Prompt Based on the overview from our Community 101 Training, your review of the Quality of Life Plans, and your first few weeks working in FSNE (Family,… Continue reading GA Adventures – Reflection: September 2015

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Grad School: Event Organizing

Everyone has their own way of keeping track of upcoming events. My husband didn't use any sort of calendar, planner, agenda, etc. at all during his time at university. How he managed that, search me... All truth be told, I didn't even have a planner until around my junior year of university. But as I got… Continue reading Grad School: Event Organizing

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Grad School: Color-Coding

In the excitement leading up to starting graduate school, I'll share a few posts about how I am currently organized / how I plan on being organized during grad school. Expect these posts each Tuesday for several weeks, and they will start off with "Grad School:" and will be categorized under "Grad School" and / or… Continue reading Grad School: Color-Coding

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Past and Present: Year One

It's hard for me to believe that it's been a year since my capstone class required me to create a website, and I decided that, since I'm an English major, why not do a blog instead? As a writer, I thought having a static website where the only examples of my writing were from academic… Continue reading Past and Present: Year One

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My Year in Review: 2014

2014 was quite an interesting and jam-packed year for me. Here's some of what I did (in no particular order): I got married. I graduated college. I started working at a job that will lead me to my future career as a librarian. I joined a sorority. I completed the 100 Happy Days challenge. I… Continue reading My Year in Review: 2014

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The End of NaNoWriMo 2014

A few weeks ago, I posted that I was beginning my journey through National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) for the first time, and I am happy to report that I won! Winning means that I wrote 50,000 words towards a novel, and I did it. The story isn't complete, and I will probably get rid… Continue reading The End of NaNoWriMo 2014