We have all been affected by this pandemic, and I think many of us are having a hard time feeling like ourselves. Today, I want to share how COVID-19 has affected me personally, and what I think we should remember about ourselves going forward.
Today is my tenth post (yay!), thank you so much for sticking with me through these past few months. You have meant more to me than you can know. I wanted to use this momentous occasion to do a little self-reflection. The picture of me above is from the time that I got to climb… Continue reading Discomfort in Perpetuity/ Incomodidad en Perpetuidad
The Spanish translation of this post can be found under the English version. Of the controversial things that one can do, the most controversial thing that I have ever done was get married before I could legally drink in the United States. Where years ago it was more normal to get married at 20 than… Continue reading Married at 20/ Casada a los 20
Photo by Eliana Sammons/ Foto por Eliana Sammons The Spanish version of this post can be found below the English translation. I have come to the conclusion that we don't really know ourselves until we leave home. I mean, sure, we know what our hobbies are, our likes and dislikes, maybe what we want to… Continue reading My College Journey as a First-Gen Student / Mi Camino Universitario como Estudiante “First-Gen”
Upon my acceptance into the University of Florida, I knew 2 things to be true. One, I was going to be a Gator like I had always wanted and two, that I needed a job before school began in early July. Originally, I thought I would be able to get a prestigious first generation student… Continue reading My 2 Years at Chipotle