I’m here with a quick update. I’m tweaking my publishing schedule to give myself a breather and make blogging more manageable. From now on, I will be posting every other Friday (plus a Somethings on the first of each month) instead of each week.
Thanks for sticking with me! I’ll see you in two weeks.
Here is the second part of my Somethings, as promised.
I’m all alone.
My sister headed back to college last month. Cedarville isn’t too far away, but it still feels weird. We’ve been together my entire life, and now she’s gone. *sniffs* Gone!
Ok, maybe I’m being dramatic, but still. Darn growing up.
(Me and sis. I’m the one staring at the ground because I’m that photogenic.)
I had an article published by KP that hit pretty close to home. Many writers struggle with comparison and placing their worth in how well they write (including yours truly). In the article I wrote, I addressed these harmful patterns. I can honestly say this is one of my favorite articles that I’ve written.
As you guys know, in August I became a Visual Communications Design student at Cedarville. As a lot of you don’t know, I left last month with no intention of completing the rest of the year.
My choice to leave Cedarville has nothing to do with the school itself. Cedarville is fantastic. I’ve learned things and met people I will never forget.
My decision has everything to do with writing. If college has taught me anything, it’s that I am a writer, not a graphic designer. In my opinion, it is pointless to spend thousands of dollars pursuing a major I don’t want to use after college. Read more →