I don’t think I realized the importance of having a routine to my daily life until this pandemic basically turned my daily plans upside down. Maybe it doesn’t help that I’m unemployed right now. Nor does it help that I haven’t fully transitioned out of my college life, which consisted solely of eating, studying, working, … Continue reading What to do, what not to do? The COVID question.
I graduated from my University and it took me five years to be here today. I am on my 2nd month out of college and it's been a whirlwind of emotions. Achievements and setbacks are filling up my bucket, but more especially I have been spending a lot of gambling with opportunities that come by. … Continue reading Graduated and Unemployed
Both my parents went to college in Africa and were successful in their careers in medicine. This never changed when we came to the US. They started from the beginning, took the GED and took college classes and within the eight years since they came, completed they’re associate in nursing, an accelerated bachelors in nursing … Continue reading Recommendations for Parents of College Students
Sometimes I am just stuck in a thick fog of thoughts and just nothingness. To help illustrate this, just imagine a large movie theater screen that has a showing of a grey fog. And it’s light is a little bit more dim than usual. That was my mind’s state for weeks until my last day … Continue reading Mine’s all Fogged Up