“I wish the going ons in my head were a little more organized. I wish I could just write out a giant to-do list to get through all the confusion and anxiety racing through my… More
Why is your shirt off in every picture…put a damn shirt on boy.
Every guy seems to love nature. And hiking. And camping. None of which have bathrooms.
Is that your daughter or your niece?
I cannot begin to say how thrilled I was to receive a notification a few days ago that “Lynnie Lifestyle” is officially a month old!
This makes me so happy, because in such a short time, I’ve come to find something that I love doing.
I started this blog as a new outlet for myself. I was going through a lot of personal stuff that was making life slightly challenging. It is safe to say the I have been experiencing a whirlwind of emotions and honestly typing out my feelings helped. I used to blog in the golden days and found myself re-inspired to begin my own personal lifestyle blog where I could write about anything and everything.
I appreciate the support I have gotten thus far from friends, family, and my new followers. I hope to grow as a writer, blogger, and strong independent woman. I am still a newbie to this, but I hope to learn the tricks of the trade and better myself.
In the meantime, I hope you continue to stick around and check back every now and again. I adore all of the support!
So for once I had, what in my opinion, was an exciting somewhat normal weekend day this past Saturday. And in the middle of my breakfast, I figured, why not document my day in photos and share it with you all!? Because I’m sure you are all dying to know how I live my weekends. Enjoy!
So you may be wondering “Johnna, why are you spraying your hands with Pam Butter spray?”. No, this isn’t an ad (although I could probably use the extra cash right about now, grad school is not cheap), but it is a nail polish hack that I recently discovered.
I have been thinking a lot about time. Time in general, my physical timeline, my career timeline, etc, etc. As a twenty-four year old female still in (graduate) school full-time, I can be honest and say that it has honestly been a bit of a struggle this past year as I watch all of my friends move on with their lives. And it is frustrating. But again, I have to remind myself that I did choose a 6.5 year doctoral program. That I chose a profession that I dearly love already and it is only a matter of time before I start my adventure as a ‘real adult’.
I am super new to this blogging thing, like two weeks new. But let’s sum up my last month shall we? I was going through some personal things, I finished my ten weeks at my (absolute favorite) clinical rotation, and the stress and anxiety about the impending doom, er, I mean post-grad life later this winter is beginning to loom on the horizon.
It is has been six (six!) long years since I found myself crying as I walked back to my residence hall at the end of freshmen move in day at college because my parents were leaving. Continue reading “Advice to the college freshman.”