In honor of officially living out two decades on this thing called earth, I've decided to curate this short list of 20 things that I've learned in the past twenty years. Obviously not in the order I've been learning them but you know... It's okay to say "Goodbye." Saying "No" doesn't make you a terrible … Continue reading 20 Things I’ve Learned in 20 Years – A Birthday Memoir
Here I celebrate the one year anniversary of creating my blog, The Right Directions, enjoy!
Major-Shaming (n.) – a social stigma placed on individuals in a collegiate setting for dedicating themselves to a field of study that may reduce socioeconomic mobility. – i.e. – "Stressed? you're a(n) _______ major you don't know what stress it." "What do you mean you're tired? You're a(n) ________ major, you don't do anything to be … Continue reading “Major-Shaming” A Concept
I want to do a quick PSA for those of you who've realized – by the title of this post exactly where this is going. So PSA: If you're a SUPERNATURAL fan and you haven't seen the 2-part season 12 finale: Please, I love you, do not deprive yourself any longer of the Sam, Dean, Crowley, … Continue reading The Road So Far….
"Consistency is contrary to nature, contrary to life. The only completely consistent people are the dead." – Aldous Huxley, Do What You Will: Twelve Essays Hello, Sunshines! So, what it's been like maybe two or three years? Months...I definitely meant months, but to be fair in the world of writing a three-month absence actually does … Continue reading Consistency is key?
So after being inspired by a blogger whom I just absolutely adore, fattymccupcakes, I decided that this week I'd take a stab at the "photo an hour" post, and you can check out her hilarious attempt here! Now I'm not exactly sure who the originators of this challenge are to accurately deliver the rules but I … Continue reading A Day of Directions
Hello and happy Saturday to you all after finally coming down from the high of an amazing day I think now is the perfect time to have my first general reflection of the spring semester. Going from a Biology major in the Fall to an English major and Biology minor in the Spring was a … Continue reading Saturday Scribbles