Are you more productive in the afternoon or evening?
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I'm taking an intro to geology course and my roomie is taking a chemistry course and our levels of stress are Very Different right now
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"What the fuck is an Honours Supervillain degree? Is it more death rays? Eviler schemes?"
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if they'd be in a game they'd be that NPC that gives you info and tips about what needs to be done
this is actually a redesigned OC that I made for a college assignment in 2019, click for undercut to see how they used to look like xDD
it was an assignment where we design a monster and color them with watercolors! :D
VS now (2021)
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NEW MDiD 📝
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bedroom messy as hell
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2021.11.29 // 11:40
notes on reading for my journalism class! i feel like i’m getting a lot better at writing fast and writing on deadline
pic: jamaica bay wildlife refuge, queens, n.y.
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I think most of my problems would be solved if I had an academic rival to do an enemies to lovers thing with
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Welcome December!! 🎅🏿🎅🎅🏽
So, this is my college Notion page in this start of semester. I'm feeling more motivated and organized now, I was testing so many templates and created a dashboard to college, personal life, media lists and my code space. I'm very happy with the results and I hope stay motivated until the end with this organization system.
About other things, in these days I was watching The King's Affection drama (I'm just obsessed with it), falling in love with the HOME music from BTS and trying to rest more in my freetime. Also, I was thinking about start to do some study vlogs on Youtube and start to do some code challenge or "days of productivity" challenge. I'm just thinking about it, but I hope be able to trully start it.
Hope you all are well! ❤️
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December 1, 2021
I couldn’t sleep last night so I decided to be at the library at 7:30am. I always think I’ll be able to get actual school work done before I officially start my day but NOPE I’m answering emails for at least an hour. I’ve actually been incredibly productive when it comes to finals, I’m shocked.
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Of course I moved my fourniture around until 1am (but finished my homework before)
32/100 days of productivity
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There are more street preachers on campus today, and I think their presence caused the coolest person on earth to appear
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hey pals i was wondering if anyone knew how to get 1080p clips from sites like netflix and disney plus? i need some visual clips for a school project and i know that i can do it but i don’t know how and i don’t wanna accidentally download a virus or something
also any tips on how to get clips from dvds would be fantastic as well please and thank you
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Some ducks and roosters
Because why not ?
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Getting to the point in an assignment where the tabs are beginning to overtake all my screens.
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Common Application Essay
“My Dead Pancreas”
March 16, 2015, started off as a normal Monday. I attended school, then my mom picked me up for my yearly well check. I didn't think much of it. I was healthy, hardly ever got sick, and felt fine. It was the normal routine: the nurses checked my height, weight, and collected a urine sample from me. My doctor had just started checking my vital signs when a nurse came in stating that she found sugar in my urine. The nurse then checked my blood glucose and the readings were alarmingly high. My doctor exited the room and called Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. He came back and said that the Emergency Room was expecting us. After hours of medical tests and waiting in the Emergency Room, the doctor determined that I had developed Type One Diabetes (T1D).
Receiving the news that your pancreas has died is just as devastating as losing a best friend you never knew you had; you never know how much it means to you until it’s gone. Living with a dead pancreas is not fun. It requires lots of finger pricks, injections, math, weird suntan lines caused by medical devices, and educating those around you of the disease. There is no cure for T1D. I’m stuck with this dead pancreas forever.
When I was first diagnosed, I felt powerless. I didn’t choose or ask to have a dead pancreas, God handed it to me on a silver platter and said, “Enjoy your new life.” It felt like I had returned from the dead. My classmates looked at me as if I were a completely different person. They didn’t understand how one small mistake in an insulin dosage could lead to my death. They just thought I was that crazy girl who talked too much about her disability.
Regardless of what others thought of me, I was determined to retake control of my life. I had to relearn how to love and accept myself. I embraced the tiny spots on my fingertips from finger pricks. I learned to love the scars that my continual glucose monitor sensors and insulin pump sites left behind. I forced myself to use my voice to advocate for a cure and raise awareness about Type One Diabetes.
I didn’t truly learn how to love my diabetes until I became a Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Youth Ambassador. Meeting people who were not only around my age but also were fighting the same battle as I was motivated me. I wanted to get involved in the diabetes community more. It made me realize that diabetes is both the ugliest and most beautiful gift that I’ve ever received. Without it, I would not have met some of the amazing and brave people I call my friends. I would not have been able to participate in or know of amazing fundraisers such as JDRF’s annual Cincinnatian Of The Year Gala or American Diabetes Association’s Tour De Cure. I would not have found my voice if it weren't for T1D.
I want to be a nurse (BSN) and Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) so I can teach newly diagnosed diabetics about their disorder and teach them that diabetes isn’t a burden. I want to teach them that diabetes does not define them; they are stronger than their disorder. But most importantly, I want to educate people around me about diabetes. I want to end the stigma that surrounds this often misunderstood disease.
[photographs taken by Mark Hood (2015 graduation left, 2019 graduation right)]
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The Main 6 As Things My College Friends Have Said
Asra: Why do I feel like I’ve been awake for 1000 years
Nadia: I don’t yell. I speak with power.
Julian: You’re a neurological terrorist
Muriel: Just another raining Thursday (it was snowing, and it was a Saturday)
Portia: whore or not, you’re still cute :)
Lucio: If I bring a boomerang to school, do I have to register it as a weapon?
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I am dealing with 3 plagiarism cases at the same time and I'm so tired. Cite your sources, kids.
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Just submitted my first grad app of the season!
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