Remember when parents said Santa Claus was real and every Christmas Eve was by far the most exciting night of the year? It would take two hours to fall asleep because you knew that gifts were waiting to be open in a few short hours. Santa was holly and jolly, a friend at the mall, … More Eat, Sleep, Dead Week
Thank you Thanksgiving for giving Americans the one day where eating a naturally dry bird is celebrated and family is together. It is the day all overweight people get made fun of because of the drooling and all the thin people are forced to eat to much. Sodium is literally entering our mouths by the … More Thanks for giving Thanksgiving
Halfway through the week and I am already super tired from school and work. In my engineering class yesterday the professors spoke the whole time on how having a job and school don’t mix because of the time it takes. They said it will cause the student to burn out and lose interest in his/her … More What do engineering students do?
This week looks like it is becoming the busiest since school started. I have many homework assignments to complete, two exams, and three papers to write before Friday. It’s going to be a fun week. College takes extreme time management skills and then applying yourself to achieving the goal at hand. My time management skills … More Day four
Atleeta is on the grid everyone! This weekend marked Day One of many to come for Atleeta and I am proud to be the co-owner with Jessica Pettegrew. I set up a website, logo, took pictures, and am now at the point where I need to figure out the final product. Since I have worked … More Day three
I learned today that studying for a quiz one hour before the set time is not the best way to be successful. I am really hoping God somehow worked through my pencil today and gave me the right answers on the quiz. Overall, not a bad day so far after two classes and one to … More Day two…
Today marks my first post of many to come. I would feel much better about this moment if I didn’t have a chemistry quiz in 45 minutes but it is still exciting. My plan for this blog is to show others how an engineer student produces successful results from an ABET accredited engineering program. Also, … More Day one…