Why I Chose Social Work

Why I Chose Social Work

  I am currently surrounded by what seems like a sea of assignments and surviving off of the caffeine running through my veins. It has not been an easy week to say the least.     There will be times where you’ll be so overwhelmed with assignments,...
I Can(‘t) Wait

I Can(‘t) Wait

While procrastinating on my assignments during this mid-semester break, I found myself looking at journals from earlier this year. They were all about me looking forward to things ahead or reminiscing on memories. Then I came across a journal which simply said...
Swimming in a Pool of Pity

Swimming in a Pool of Pity

Today marks the first week of semester two complete.   Me llamo Eunice. Soy americano, soy de California. Vivo en Nueva Zelanda.   For my general ed class I decided to take Spanish 104G which is beginners Spanish. Or so I thought. The textbook and workbook...
Fifty Percent

Fifty Percent

Fifty percent. I am halfway through my grades for semester one. All 4 of my exams are worth 50% of my final grade. That is no small sum. Thankfully and scarily I only have two more weeks of exams left and two more days to study for my first two exams (yikes). I am...
The Five Year Plan

The Five Year Plan

I have three very big assignments due within the next week and a half, but unfortunately I caught a serious case of procrastination. While I was staring into space (when I should’ve been starting on my assignments) I thought about how the schedule I wrote in my...
The infamous gap year.

The infamous gap year.

Let’s talk about the infamous gap year. I’m realising that college students are almost halfway through the school year which means the pressure is on. If you’re in your final year of college you’ve already started thinking about the options you...
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