When the acceptance letter came back, along with a financial aid package that basically covered everything except my move across the country, there was no way I could turn that down. I decided to accept the invitation to become an Ada Comstock Scholar at Smith College.
Drastic change always stinks at first – I can think back to countless times over the years that I yelled about OS upgrades, too (I think I might still be complaining about Windows 10). Gutenberg, however, is apparently here to stay, offering me something new to complain about, and mostly because I’m ignoring it. I keep this website simple and basic on purpose, so before the task of coaching clients through a major Wordpress overhaul, I installed it here first.
In college, especially during the first two years, we are required to take a variety of classes to expand our minds and I think people often read that particular phrase without thinking about what it really means.
Honestly, it started as a whim during a long, quiet evening at work. I filled out an application to the local community college, then filled out a FAFSA application, and within about a week, had pointed myself to an English degree. Between previous college credits and life experience, I’ve managed to cut the time I’ll need to complete the first two years of this degree in half, which is exciting.
Here’s some news, brought to my attention by a client: someone out there has decided to start calling themselves “Abundant Content” – despite being contacted about this, they’ve put up a website, have decided to call themselves a “founder of Abundant Content”, and to offer their writing services. THIS IS NOT ME. THIS IS NOT ABUNDANT CONTENT.
Michael Pollan and Medium put together this series about transcendental psychedelic experiences – and one of the pieces in this series is mine. What an honor!