1. "Experience becomes your degree"
    June Ambrose said this the first time I met her. As I'm finishing this semester and stressing about test this hit hard.
  2. Remember that forgiveness is a virtue that few develop... (Continued)
    ...but one that is most important to maintaining peace of mind. Mark Twain wrote that forgiveness is the fragrance the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it. Practice forgiveness especially in those situations where it is seemingly difficult. By using your emotional forgiveness muscles more regularly, petty wrongs, remarks and slights will not touch you and nothing will penetrate your concentrated, serene mindset.
  3. 2015 Resolutions...
    Get healthy. Better money management. Focus on what makes me happy. Communicate better. Be more efficient. Be a better friend, sister, daughter, lover. I'm still not my perfect self but I've definitely been working on it.
  4. And lastly, some reflections..
    As I enter my junior year at Howard University, I've been reflecting on if it's was all worth it. College has definitely been a one of a kind experience. I've meet amazing people and I've really learned about myself. But was this the only path? ... I often wonder if I just got an apartment and interned/worked, would I be in a better place now? It's not that I don't like school, I really don't mind it. If anything school is my comfort zone and I wish I was pushed out of it.