Here is an excerpt of an essay I wrote in my high school philosophy class, and something which I still agree with today. Aristotle believed in the unmoved mover theory. He thought that the Unmoved Mover is not really a being, but more a way of explaining the fact of motion. He believed the Unmoved … Continue reading Aristotle: The Unmoved Mover
Procrastination is a chronic problem for me.
Life doesn’t begin or end after graduation, it continues.
I'm a big fan of the Maze Runner, and here is a reflection of my time in the fandom, and what it means to me.
I'm fast becoming a fan of the Game of Thrones book series and television show!
My New Year's Resolutions annual blog post. This year, I want to take a step away from the NYR cliché, so I titled this my Goals for Now. I want to focus on short-term goals, because I believe they will be more achievable and focus my efforts.
This week is finals! As much as I love college, it is also very draining. This finals week is not as bad as some others I've had, but I should still keep up the momentum and give it my all.
Have you ever felt just an empty pit in your stomach? You may not even be thinking about anything in particular or some errant thought causes your mind to wander to that soul-sucking place in your head.
The school year went out with a bang, a literal crash bang. I was in a serious car accident. Now I am rethinking my priorities, my life, my things, how I am connecting with people, what I should be doing better, my health, and my family and friends. I am so lucky to be alive, and I want to make sure that I am actually making the best of my life and being the best person I can be with the right priorities.
A lofty bucket list. Both short term and long term. 2016: swim in the ocean make a sandcastle blog more smile at everybody listen to a friend invite people over be a great roommate seriously learn how to ride a bike finish painting 5 canvases paint at least 3 watercolor paintings add 30 photos to … Continue reading Extreme Bucket List