graduate school

So a lot of what has been on my mind is going to graduate school. And to be frank, it stresses me out. I have to main options: Georgia State University and University of Michigan (GSU being my #1). There’s tons of stuff I’ve been worried about, like scholarships, how I’ll balance things, graduating, etc. And I haven’t been coping with it well. But today, I’ve decided to just live in the moment. I will do my best to prepare myself and trust that I will be supported throughout the process. I’m learning to live in the present, which is what my yoga is teaching me. So I’ll just be taking my time. Always remember there is always enough time.

ATL, once more

On Wednesday, I went to Atlanta, partly to visit someone, and then to visit Georgia State. From the trip I learned a few things, and I just wanted to share them.

  1. Always pay attention to your surroundings- unfortunately I was in an accident, but it was because I wasn’t pay total attention to my surroundings. Make sure you’re looking!
  2. Live in the moment- planning is important, but take in every moment.
  3. Visualize yourself where you are- because I was visiting Georgia State to see about a graduate program, I wanted to make sure I could really see myself attending school there. I think visiting schools is really important in regards to making a decision. For undergrad, I was blessed enough to my top schools, so I’m glad that I am still blessed enough to visit the graduate school programs.
  4. Take pictures- document the moment!
  5. Travel- I’ve decided to use the extra money I have to travel, instead of buying clothes! It’s the best way to make memories.

Overall, I learned a lot on this trip and am happy I went! Below are a few pictures from my trip while I was at Morehouse!