Be sincere … be brief … be seated. -James Roosevelt

After a decent amount of research, a plethora of advice, and too much procrastination, I finally made it…my first blog. As I’m sitting here on my couch, Modern Family buzzing on the television in the background, my cat begging for attention, I catch myself wondering: where do I even start? A name seems like a push in the right direction. If anyone can find one of those new Coke bottles with the name Jess on it, I’ll be accepting all donations.

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Here are a few basic facts about me:

  • From the Pittsburgh Area (Go Bucs!)
  • Incoming Sophomore at University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
  • English Major
  • Collegiate Softball Player
  • Introvert
  • SyFy network and Edgar Allen Poe enthusiast

 

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This is my two brothers and I from this past Easter. My oldest brother, Eric, is on the left. He graduated from PSU main a few years ago and is living in Philadelphia. On the right is my other brother, Ethan. He just graduated Wheeling Jesuit and is going to be attending graduate school next year.

So enough about me, there is plenty of time for that in the future. This blog is directed toward helping students through high school, college, and life in general. I have experienced a considerable amount of unfortunate events in my time. So as I go about talking about my daily struggles and mishaps, and also my joys and successful experiences, I want to hear about yours, too. I can’t promise the greatest advice, but it’s someone to listen and it’s cheaper than a therapist. I will have my contact information in an up and coming post. Until then, COMMENT! I want feedback. I want questions. I want interaction.

For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate.” -Margaret Heffernan

Until next time,

J.

 

 

 

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