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A Procrastinator’s New Year’s Resolutions

Feb. 3, 2015—Upon the realization today that Lent is just around the corner, I figured that now would be the perfect time to pull out the half-written New Year's resolutions I started back in January. Lent is usually a time when I give up a bad habit or tack on a good habit to my routine to dig deeper into my faith, and many of my resolutions deal with kicking bad habits or challenging myself to step outside of my comfort zone. Half of them are silly, but as a silly person I feel like that's fair. There's no better time than right now to make this semester the most productive, most fun semester to date.

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Things To Do In 2015

Dec. 19, 2014—That's it from me in 2014. See y'all next year! Ciao!

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New Year’s Resolutions

Aug. 20, 2013—New year, new books, new classes, and a couple of goals!

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42 Days of Summer

May. 7, 2013—Per usual, I must first apologize for my conspicuously lengthy absence. Truth be told, I was bitter that my “What Will You Be” blog, which I was sure would win me a Pulitzer, wasn’t Tweeted by @VanderbiltU. Now that I’ve had a month to stew on it, and by stew on it I most definitely...

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Half Marathon? Half Crazy. (Part 2)

May. 3, 2013—So we started running. And running. And running. It's been almost a week now, and I'm still somewhat in disbelief that I ran a half marathon in the pouring rain.

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Half Marathon? Half Crazy. (Part 1)

May. 1, 2013—On Saturday, I set a personal record for the Country Music Half Marathon. I set a PR despite the pouring rain because it was my first half marathon ever!

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