- A one-month trial of Microsoft Office can last forever if you never restart your computer.
- Cooking sounds a lot more appealing at the beginning of the semester.
- Don’t underestimate how much people can change (in all the best and worst ways).
- Don’t underestimate how much the world can change (in all the best and worst ways).
- Professional success is sometimes more about making friends than being the “best.” I’m not sure if that makes me feel better or worse.
- You don’t have to be everything that you admire in other people.
- I need prioritize taking care of my body or this “young and invincible” thing is gonna run out fast (i.e. sleep and adequate warm-ups are not optional).
- Yoga is awesome.
- Perceiving things categorically (starting with sounds and colors) is neurologically efficient, but that doesn’t mean it reflects reality.
- Those who don’t learn history are destined to make up their own version of it.
- The person grading your paper actually does want you to do well–it’s so much easier and less of a downer to grade.
- Things which may actually be a contest to see who avoids quitting the longest: dance, blogging.
- If you can make five-year-olds learn something, adults are a breeze.
- If you want to see our society’s sexist and racist assumptions spelled out without the usual coding or denial, listen to kids. And sometimes presidential candidates.
- Comedy is really a nuanced, powerful, and generally underrated art. No joke.
Happy New Year y’all! Have fun and don’t make too many resolutions!