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The battle of the bleach

In an attempt to ward off accusations from my younger brother that my blogs are depressing today’s post will allow all of you to poke fun at my failures. 494 more words

Priorities

This week I had a troubling conversation with a mentor of mine. She told me I’m working on too many projects. She claimed that I’ll never be able to immerse myself in my data and come up with compelling theoretical ideas unless I limit the number of projects I work on. 265 more words

Happiness

When it rains, it pours

It’s been awhile since my last post, and I feel like I should explain why.

  1. After waiting 8 months for a journal to review my paper, they sent me a rather scathing rejection.
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Dissertation

Teens Blog SF-6 Am I Worthy Enough for God?


My 16-year-old daughter has been battling a huge issue throughout her life. She was raised in an orphanage and by the time we adopted her, she was over 2 years of age. 906 more words

A CLICK A BLESSING TODAY

Thoughts | Fitness is a Choice Part 2 - You'll Always be Fat

Here’s an old article from my favorite humor site Cracked.com that claims that you’ll always be fat!

Apparently, statistics shows that people who succeed in weight-loss will eventually succumb to the cravings and go back to their former obese self eventually. 868 more words

Thoughts

The Fault In My Feels

Yeah, I’m in the midst of saying awful farewells to some of my beloved films and music and series in my hard drive . And even though there’s still 52.3 GB free space, I kinda needed to learn how to let go of things that I think are unnecessary. 483 more words

“Success is going from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.”

usually attributed to either Winston Churchill or Abraham Lincoln,
but there is no conclusive evidence for either case

This Is How I See It