I’m back, like I never left! Okay, I kinda left. But I’m actually back (sporadically).
After I wrote my last travel review, I tried to write about my journey from Copenhagen to Brussels to London. But I couldn’t get past the first few sentences. I’ve been wanting to write this post for a while now, but I could never muster the words until yet. I hate being the cliché, but […]
“The limit does not exist.” -Cady Heron How do we quantify intelligence? Many of us have preconceived notions on what we find intelligent. Most of us view surgeons as the pinnacle of intelligence, capable of performing surgery under stressful conditions. Some find engineers intelligent, since they hold the ability to solve complex calculations in order […]
It’s been an interesting week. Take some time to relax, and enjoy today’s blog post.
You hear that alarm clock every morning. What motivates you out of bed in the morning?
This is a pretty long post so you may want to make some Earl Grey tea. If you add steamed milk, you’ll get a London Fog. Add some honey, and you’ll thank me and propose tomorrow with a ring.
On June 9th, I attended Army ROTC’s Cadet Summer Training (CST). Designed to elicit critical thinking while under periods of stress, the Army considers CST an apt method to assess leadership capabilities. CST underwent monumental changes in 2017, under Major General Chris Hughes, an Infantry general. Prior to General Hughes, CST consisted of Key Leader […]
High school is where you start to become an adult. That’s my understanding at least. You’re still young but you must clarify your understanding of the world, as well as your place in it. Many of us begin to realize what taxes were, start to prepare for standardized tests that indicate our college options, and […]
It may help if you play “Another Love” by Tom Odell. Pretty much any Tom Odell song would suffice, if we’re being honest.
issa existential crisis