This blog post has been a long time coming. After over a year of dreaming, scheming, and working I am happy to be able to finally tell you that I am going to graduate school in France. Paris to be exact. In Fall 2019, I will be attending Sciences Po Paris (Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris) for a Master in Public Policy with an emphasis … Continue reading I Got the Big Envelope, À Bientôt Sciences Po!
For anyone who’s kept up with my blog, you might have noticed that it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. Since my last post in July, I’ve gone through a series of experiences one might summarize in a phrase as “growing up.” I moved to a new apartment. I got my first “real” job. I started some new hobbies. I’ve made new friends. I’m … Continue reading Life Updates – Hello, Adulthood
“Get involved in your community.” I feel like this is a common phrase in American culture. Whether we’ve heard it at school, from a friend, from a religious leader, or even in a public service announcement, this idea of involvement seems ever present in our culture. But what does it really mean to get involved in your community? We often think of involvement as volunteering … Continue reading How to Get Involved in Your Community (Other Than Volunteering or Donating)
I started this blog about a year and a half ago, a few months before graduation. Since then my life has gone down some pretty unpredictable pathways. I’ve lived in a foreign country, I’ve traveled a bit, I’ve made new friends, and I’ve discovered a love for writing. I’ve learned that clasping on too tightly to a single objective is sometimes a disservice to yourself. … Continue reading Where to Next? Salt Lake City and Beyond