Being Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

A very wise person once told me that I need to be comfortable being uncomfortable. I did not understand what he meant then. But eventually, it hit me. It means that I need to take risks. I need to be comfortable doing things that I don’t like to do out of fear or some other […]

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How I came to major in Communications

Since I started college in 2007 at age 18, I’ve been through at least five different majors. I started college with the intent to become an English major. I love the written word. I love reading British lit (Jane Eyre, Oliver Twist). I wanted to become a published writer. But then college started, I took a couple […]

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4 Tips for a Successful Job Interview

Job interviews are terrifying. Just saying ‘job interviews’ can cause tremors and evoke fear for many college graduates. And yet, it is an inevitable part of graduating. It is the next step. I’ve had a couple of job interviews. I’ve had some that went well and some that just didn’t. When they did go well, […]

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Love With Food on Valentine’s Day

A few weeks ago, I discovered Love With Food. Okay. I can’t take all the credit. One of my SNHU friends happened to mention a package that she had received from Love With Food. I admit, I was intrigued. The title drew me in right away. When I investigated further, I learned that it sells […]

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Dreams at 26

I’m 26 years old. I am a twenty-something. I can no longer say that I am a young adult or that I’m in my early twenties. I have my feet solidly in my twenties. I look back to those angsty teenage years and those rocky early twenties, and I am filled with awe and wonder. Where […]

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4 Benefits of Online Education

For today’s post, I’d like to discuss the benefits of online education. As a disclaimer, I’d like to point out that I am not an expert on online education. I am, however, a student who has been attending online classes for one year, since January 2014. When I first decided to go back to school — […]

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Working & Schooling — Together??!!

So, how do you do it? How do you work 35 – 40 hours a week and still go to school? A few months ago, I was asked this question by an eighteen year old girl. The short answer: time management. The long answer: I attend college the untraditional way: online. I take classes at […]

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Life Lessons

I am 26 years old and I go to college online. Going for my Bachelor’s degree has been a long, emotional, often treacherous journey and I am excited that it is coming to an end soon. Right now, I have only five more courses to take until I graduate. Until I’m done. Until I can […]

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It Begins

If you google ‘confession,’ then what do you find? What does confession mean? One definition of ‘confession’ is the telling of private, confidential information. The title of this blog is “Crispy Confessions.” A blog is essentially a journal published on the most public of all platforms: the Internet. You are probably  thinking: This is just […]

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