A little about me: I’m a recent graduate of Purdue University. Woohoo, class of ’17! I’m a content editing intern for a digital marketing firm and I also work as a freelance writer. I created this blog as a class project for a communications class during my last semester at Purdue.
A little about the history of this blog: I wanted to write something about which I was passionate. To be honest, I have a lot of interests, but my greatest interest at the time was finding a way to end my college career on a positive, stress-free note (okay, stress-free was a bit of a leap but why not aim high?).
Every day, I hear of people who have that one place of peace or zen. It’s usually at the gym, yoga class, in the kitchen cooking, or doing a quirky hobby. So I decided it would be interesting to delve into the world of stress and anxiety to investigate different ways in which people attempt to find a place of peace in their crazy, hectic life, and to chronicle it. That was the first part of my blog.
A little about what I want this blog to be now and in the future: While I do want to share more about living a “zen”sible life, I’m also chronicling life post-college. I want to write down some of the issues I come across as a recent graduate and hopefully help others who are dealing with the same or similar issues.
So please explore this blog and enjoy. I think, no matter where we are in life, we all have lessons to learn and experiences that should be shared to help others along the way. Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, concerns, etc. I’d love to hear from you!