7 Things Not To Do When You Are Sick

These are all things that I’ve done while being sick for the past week. Please learn from my mistakes. Or, at the very least, laugh with me. 1). Do not over-ambitiously schedule meetings. I’ve had to cancel 5 meetings this week. Some of which I scheduled earlier this week. While I was sick, assuming I… Read more »

23

Because my birthday was less than a month ago, I feel like it’s not too late to write an introspective blog post recapping this past year. 23 was a good year. Over the past year I: -Got to know more of Turkey, the Turkish language, and some great people who live there -Designed a series… Read more »

The World Isn’t Getting Worse

The world is awful. There’s war, addiction, rape, hatred, terror attacks, famine, oppression, pollution, crime. It feels like a new scandal surfaces every day, exposing the dark side of a trusted celebrity or public figure. Children join gangs or drink alcohol or get pregnant or sell drugs. Each new headline announcing a bombing, a shooting,… Read more »

Social Media Etiquette for Election Season

Social media is great. It’s also brutal sometimes, especially when politics, religion, or anything more controversial than irritating minion memes get involved. So here’s some advice. I hope it’s helpful and doesn’t come across as too self-righteous. 1) Fact-check articles before you post them.  Make sure that whatever you’re posting is true, and that it’s… Read more »

Summer So Far

Summer so far has involved lots of travel, lots of food, and lots of work. I’ve visited friends and family, edited websites, drafted reports, written lot, taken a lot of pictures, posted on 10 different social media accounts for work, driven over 30 hours for trips, attended weddings, and eaten so much good food. Since… Read more »

My Favorite Things About Summer

Summer in Richmond is by far the best season in Richmond. Even though this is my first summer as a working adult in the city, everything still feels more relaxed and a little slower paced. Burger week exists, restaurants put tables outside, you can swim in oceans and rivers and lakes, it’s great. Below are… Read more »

Do you want to work with me?

I’m the Communications Director for World Horizons USA and Hillside Missions Organization. During my internship, I wrote a post about why I love where I work. That list was only 8 items, so here are a few more: -This office is a community. We’re friends. We support each other. We work to help each other succeed…. Read more »

What Does It Feel Like To Be An Adult?

I’m 23. Legally, I’ve been an adult for a few years. However, now that I’m almost 2 years out of college with some job experience under my belt, it feels a little more real. In a lot of situations, I’m very much a fake-it-till-you-make-it kind of person. Often when I’m in situations with people who… Read more »

I Work Here

Hey friends, it’s been a little bit since my last blog post. That’s partially due to poor scheduling of my personal time (I guess; had to catch up on Bob’s Burgers and The Walking Dead) but mostly due to the fact that over the past month I have: -Returned from Wales -Taken down my show… Read more »

Edit: Fight- Wisdom

On the blog today, another image from my show! Wisdom is something precious, something rare. Proverbs instructs people to get wisdom, to find wisdom, to seek it out because of its great value. In this image there is a circle cut out of the open hand. I visually compare wisdom to a pearl in order to stress the precious nature of wisdom and the need to search it out. Rather than simply coming with age, the Bible tells us that wisdom is something we can and should seek.

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    7 Things Not To Do When You Are Sick

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    These are all things that I’ve done while being sick for the past week. Please learn from my mistakes. Or, at the very least, laugh with me. 1). Do not over-ambitiously schedule meetings. I’ve had to cancel 5 meetings this week. Some of which I scheduled earlier this week. While I was sick, assuming I… Read more »

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    23

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    Because my birthday was less than a month ago, I feel like it’s not too late to write an introspective blog post recapping this past year. 23 was a good year. Over the past year I: -Got to know more of Turkey, the Turkish language, and some great people who live there -Designed a series… Read more »

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    The World Isn’t Getting Worse

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    The world is awful. There’s war, addiction, rape, hatred, terror attacks, famine, oppression, pollution, crime. It feels like a new scandal surfaces every day, exposing the dark side of a trusted celebrity or public figure. Children join gangs or drink alcohol or get pregnant or sell drugs. Each new headline announcing a bombing, a shooting,… Read more »

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    Social Media Etiquette for Election Season

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    Social media is great. It’s also brutal sometimes, especially when politics, religion, or anything more controversial than irritating minion memes get involved. So here’s some advice. I hope it’s helpful and doesn’t come across as too self-righteous. 1) Fact-check articles before you post them.  Make sure that whatever you’re posting is true, and that it’s… Read more »

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    Summer So Far

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    Summer so far has involved lots of travel, lots of food, and lots of work. I’ve visited friends and family, edited websites, drafted reports, written lot, taken a lot of pictures, posted on 10 different social media accounts for work, driven over 30 hours for trips, attended weddings, and eaten so much good food. Since… Read more »

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    My Favorite Things About Summer

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    Summer in Richmond is by far the best season in Richmond. Even though this is my first summer as a working adult in the city, everything still feels more relaxed and a little slower paced. Burger week exists, restaurants put tables outside, you can swim in oceans and rivers and lakes, it’s great. Below are… Read more »

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    Do you want to work with me?

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    I’m the Communications Director for World Horizons USA and Hillside Missions Organization. During my internship, I wrote a post about why I love where I work. That list was only 8 items, so here are a few more: -This office is a community. We’re friends. We support each other. We work to help each other succeed…. Read more »

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    What Does It Feel Like To Be An Adult?

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    I’m 23. Legally, I’ve been an adult for a few years. However, now that I’m almost 2 years out of college with some job experience under my belt, it feels a little more real. In a lot of situations, I’m very much a fake-it-till-you-make-it kind of person. Often when I’m in situations with people who… Read more »

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    I Work Here

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    Hey friends, it’s been a little bit since my last blog post. That’s partially due to poor scheduling of my personal time (I guess; had to catch up on Bob’s Burgers and The Walking Dead) but mostly due to the fact that over the past month I have: -Returned from Wales -Taken down my show… Read more »

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    Edit: Fight- Wisdom

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    On the blog today, another image from my show! Wisdom is something precious, something rare. Proverbs instructs people to get wisdom, to find wisdom, to seek it out because of its great value. In this image there is a circle cut out of the open hand. I visually compare wisdom to a pearl in order to stress the precious nature of wisdom and the need to search it out. Rather than simply coming with age, the Bible tells us that wisdom is something we can and should seek.