The following blog post is 99% metaphorical. As I left the school today, I groaned at the time. 3:40. By the time I hit the road, it would be rush hour, and there would be no chance of me getting home before 5. The commute to the school is never that bad. Sure, sometimes there will be … Continue reading Stop Light
I said all the prayers they asked me to pray. I went to counseling sessions, and my counselor told me that I had a very good understanding of myself (basically telling me that I didn't need a counselor). I took anti-anxiety medication, ate healthy food, and exercised daily. But at the end of the day, … Continue reading Conclusion: Choose Joy
In tenth grade, I could never get a perfect score on my math tests. I would always be the first student to hand in her test. Since I knew all the answers, it was easy for me to go through the test quickly. However, every time my teacher would hand back my tests, they would … Continue reading Slow Down!