I’ve been dealing with health issues for a while now. A lot of my goals have had to temporarily be put on hold. I wanted a project I could work on at my own pace, but something I was genuinely excited about. One day while looking through my old notebooks, I came across this doodle. There was somethingContinue reading “I created a notebook.”
I contributed to this article on NeuroStim that discusses the connection between Covid-19 and mental health. You can read the full article here.
Last year a poem of mine got selected to be in my school’s literary magazine, Seascape. I am happy to announce that this year two of my poems were selected! I always have hundreds of poems waiting in the notes app on my phone, so it is truly a change of scenery to have aContinue reading “Seascape Magazine ’22”
A few months ago I contributed to an article that compiled different outdoor activities that people want to try but are afraid to pursue. The first thing that popped into my mind was surfing. I have always wanted to try surfing but always discouraged myself from it either because of my fear of what isContinue reading “What outdoor activity do you want to try but are too afraid?”
I recently contributed to an article on UpJourney where I discussed how I respond to the commonly asked question, “How are you?” Do you answer honestly? Be concise but not honest? I found it interesting to write up my answer because it can vary depending on the situation and who I am speaking to. MyContinue reading “How to Answer When Asked, “How Are You?””
Thank you to Amy Zellmer for having me as a guest on her Faces of TBI podcast. Her podcast raises awareness of brain injuries and how they are invisible injuries but very much real. I discussed how I endured my concussion in high school, how I worked to overcome it, and how dealing with longContinue reading “Faces of TBI Podcast”
I thought it would be fun to write a blog post each month to include my favorites for that month. This will mostly include films, T.V. shows, and books, but also the occasional weird item, like a CD player or a new pillow. 1. Streetcar Named Desire I was flipping through an old English textbookContinue reading “My February Favorites”
Recently I started a new internship at PR Stars with Heather Burgett. I am excited to be a part of the team, get to know everyone, and learn all I can along the way. I will be working mainly on Facebook Content Creation and Management. I am so excited to get started.
For a while I have wanted to start a podcast, but I did not know where to start. I began doing research on how to physically make a podcast, where to upload it, and how to make the sound the best it can be. At first it all sounded so fun and interesting because IContinue reading “I started a podcast!”
Last summer I had the chance to be interviewed on the We Art Here podcast hosted by Janeen Fagbemi. I met her through the online 2021 SXSW Film Festival and we connected through one of the Round Tables. On the podcast we discussed our experiences at the online festival, our favorite films that we watched,Continue reading “We Art Here Podcast”