1. Categories are your best friend Categorizing your work digitally and physically is incredibly important for all things organization. Every semester I would make files on my desktop for each class, and at the end of the semester they would all go into one folder titled "Past Classes." Now when I need to find notes … Continue reading 5 Tips for Organization
Back in 2015, I started my first bullet journal and it was simultaneously a way for me to stay organized AND creative during the week. I love bullet journals so much that I even made it the subject of one of my speeches during my public speaking class haha. Here is the original bullet journal … Continue reading How to Create Your Own Bullet Journal
We all know how easy it is to list the negative things about ourselves or the situations that we find ourselves in. "I'm tired, I'm stressed, I don't want to read the 20 chapters we were assigned this week, I don't want to meet my group for our project, I gained 5 pounds and it's … Continue reading Dealing with Negativity
My goals and intentions for 2019!
2018 has truly been an amazing year. Academically, I graduated from FSU with a degree in Psychology and Child Development and got into grad school for Occupational Therapy. I became an aunt to the cutest little boy and gained a sister-in-law. I traveled to Israel and had the most eye-opening and awe-inspiring experience, you can … Continue reading 2018 Reflection