When I look out my window in Brighton there are the rolling green hills I described in my introductory blog entry. There are miles to run in those hills and beyond, into the pastures full of cows, horses and sheep. I have a love-hate relationship with those hills (not an odd take for a devoted . . . → Read More: questioning, reflecting, and “being enough”
When I was much younger, I high-fived the normal way, joyously slapping my palm against another’s, and I shared this celebratory custom in that expected way with everyone. This still holds true, but with one exception. Around the middle of high school, and I don’t remember why I did it at the time, my mom . . . → Read More: Pillowings
Dearest happy humans,
It would have been expected and courteous of me to post upon this well-made website concerning my expedition to the elegant state of California a long while ago, around the week of our great Independence Day to be specific, but alas, the sweet prosperity and tranquility of the summer months consumed my . . . → Read More: Peter Pan, Hope, and Purpose: sometimes it’s not about wishing upon a star
I apologize for taking so long between posts! I made some changes to my work schedule and things got incredibly hectic. The last few weeks have been so full.
I haven’t gotten the chance to describe the program I am working with so here is a quick summary: The group is called . . . → Read More: a long overdue update from across the pond
Hey love bugs,
I have 16 days left in Philadelphia and in my internship at the Positive Psychology Center (PPC). I have been so fortunate to have such wonderful opportunities here. The supervisors/mentors, Peggy Kern and Marie Foregeard, whom I contacted months ago asking if I could intern and help out in whatever tasks or . . . → Read More: Not my cup of tea, but glad I got a taste
So more on my internship at UPenn’s PPC in Philadelphia. I dug up the courage to ask my supervisors here if I could help out with a greater variety of tasks/processes/work around the center. I don’t think I could have made it through if the whole time I was here I only worked . . . → Read More: PPC – Positive Psychology Center
Hello everyone! I write to you from Brighton, England, where I am spending the first six weeks of my summer as an Eve Carson Scholar. While Brighton is only a fifty minute train ride away from central London, it has a culture and community all of it’s own. It is home to an eclectic . . . → Read More: Brighton, England
Recently edited, sorry for the difficult-to-understand, random, and also unrelated-to-my-summer’s-purpose sections: they have been removed!
Arrival in Philadelphia today! Yabba dabba doo here comes adventure! Also, one of my favorite parts was making friends with some funny people on the shuttle over to International House Philadelphia.
. . . → Read More: Lotsa gr8 days
Hello wonderful people!
Contrary to the title, it isn’t always sunny in Philadelphia, because since I’ve been here there’s been lots of clouds and sweet smells and sounds of rain. But I’m guessing that the TV show refers to the sunny-like culture and aura of the city people and vibe.
So, here I am in . . . → Read More: Always Sunny in Philadelphia
I have never blogged before. This will be interesting.
I’ll be in Philly in 2 weeks! So excitinggg!