Semester in Review: Spring 2017

Well you’ve heard my thoughts all semester. My classes were tough. I was stressed. I did schoolwork nonstop. But you haven’t heard me say how proud I am of myself and that this semester was actually a huge confidence booster. I studied

School, Goals, and Life

I’m so glad it’s Friday. These past couple weeks have felt like the longest weeks ever. Anyway, I thought I’d check in and share how the year and the semester have been going so far. To be perfectly honest, this

Grad School, Second Semester Classes

Happy Friday the 13th! My dad always reminds me that he turned 13 on Friday the 13th, so it’s a good day/date. Next week marks the start of second semester of graduate school. My courses this semester are a little different

Graduate School: Semester One

One down, I don’t even know how many more to go. This semester was tough. My brother told me the first semester of grad school is meant to break you down. This one definitely tried. Add in everything else that’s happened

7 Areas of Wellness

For one of my Public Health Foundations assignments, we had to capture of a photo of something that represented each of the 7 areas of wellness to us. I thought it was a really neat assignment and enjoyed the concept

APHA Conference

The American Public Health Association (APHA) hosts a conference once a year where public health professionals, researchers, and students like myself are able to attend and immerse themselves in public health for a few days. This year the conference was

Thoughts on Starting Grad School

Two days ago I had orientation for grad school and on Monday I am officially a full time student again. To be honest, I am beyond nervous about starting school and everything that goes along with it. Taking on a ton