So I was talking with someone last night who identifies as a workaholic. He didn’t see any problem with it, so I was trying to share my own experiences and show him that being a workaholic isn’t exactly a good thing. He asked me to put together my arguments against it and send them to him – so I decided to collect my thoughts into a blog post and send him the link. 🙂 Continue reading
Oh, the thrill of new books! As soon as my textbooks come in, I’m opening them up, reading ahead, and taking notes already. “The further ahead in school I am, the better,” I tell myself. I’m one of those weird people who has always loved schoolwork, and I dive into it wholeheartedly. Each day I have my goals for what I want to accomplish, and most of the time, I accomplish those goals and more. And if I find myself bored after I’ve already called it quits for the day, a lot of times I’ll return to my checklist, finding another assignment to work on.
But as I started this semester, I made a decision that I knew might be hard at times. Continue reading