Day 8: Three Things

This prompt is going to be difficult. I am supposed to write about three things I have in common with my best friend, which is a problem because how do you define a best friend? And who is my best friend? 8. Three things you and your best friend have in common So naturally, the only … Continue reading Day 8: Three Things

Day 7: #mood

Emotions are funny things. One small action can have an impact on your entire mood for the day. I know people who have an incredible handle on their emotions. My boyfriend, for example, is probably the pinnacle of controlling-emotions. If something's bothering him, he's still completely capable of thinking clearly and functioning. I, on the … Continue reading Day 7: #mood

Day 6: Good Habits

I think this post will be a natural transition from the last post I did! Always a fun time to have things that line up back-to-back. 6. One thing you need to start doing. I've been trying to keep track of a habits log in my Bullet Journal, so I have a whole list of … Continue reading Day 6: Good Habits

Day 5: Bad Habits

Habits are so difficult to keep up with. Especially when it comes to breaking bad ones! Today's prompt reminded me of bad habits, so I thought I'd 5. One thing you need to stop doing So I have an issue where I'm literally too accommodating to other people. I love helping people, I love taking … Continue reading Day 5: Bad Habits

Day 4: Qualities in a Friend

As you can tell, I'm struggling to keep up with this. In my defense, this is the first quarter of my entire college career thus far where I've been successfully kept up with class homework and readings. Mostly the readings. You'd think having been a bookworm as a kid would have made me a fast … Continue reading Day 4: Qualities in a Friend

Day 3: Gratitude

It's day #3 of the poetry challenge I set out to do! Technically, yes, it's April 5th, but I'm catching up! 3. What are you most grateful for? This is a difficult prompt, since I have so many blessings and privileges in my life already, so finding the thing I'm most grateful for is no … Continue reading Day 3: Gratitude

4 Pictures That Define Cosmopolitanism

For the past four weeks, I've been taking an online class called Culture & Identity in World Politics through my school, the University of Denver. Throughout the course, we've been reading about and discussing what makes up an identity, what makes us who we are, and how it applies to the rest of the world. We're concluding the course on cosmopolitanism, a school of thought that basically means you don't identify with any one place or culture, but rather you consider yourself a citizen of the world. Our final assignment is to compile a set of images that representing cosmopolitanism. Here are four photos that represent cosmopolitanism.