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Catching Up – A Season in a Post

Hi everyone, I’m back with my first real post in ages!

As some of you already know, I’m repurposing this blog from breaking 2000 (which I successfully completed last November) to documenting my journey to the 2016 US Junior Open, and my goal to win the event. 2,890 more words

Games And Puzzles

Advising is the Professor's Way of Torturing Me

My butt hurts.
How is this relevant? Because I’m sitting on the ledge of a window where only half of my butt can actually fit while waiting for my professor for advising on my Japanese class. 114 more words


JAMIE'S BLOG - DAY 250 :: sunday blunders

Words to the Wise:
Spraying deodorant into one’s hair does not create the same result as spraying detangler into one’s hair.

I’m not sure exactly how I grabbed the wrong bottle out of the bathroom today. 68 more words

Feeling Nervous

12:01am and I decided to read over the documents sent over to me from my study abroad program, CIEE.

I just realized that there are things that I need to account for that I haven’t even thought about until reading this document. 187 more words


X-ray blunders: Mistakes and faulty equipment put patients at risk

A RECORD number of hospital patients are being exposed to potentially harmful levels of radiation due to mistakes and faulty equipment.

There were 1,116 recorded incidents in 2014 in which a patient was exposed to too much radiation, which can cause burns, poisoning and lead to cancer. 169 more words



Creating an attention-getting resume can be a tall order for job seekers in today’s fast-paced hiring environment. According to a new survey from CareerBuilder, the majority of employers (70%) spend less than five minutes reviewing a resume, and half (48%) spend less than two. 484 more words