2015 In One Word Or Less


As soon as Christmas is over my mind turns completely and totally to one thing: New Year’s Resolutions.

I’m a huge fan of resolutions, but that’s probably because I make it a hobby to set near-impossible short term goals for myself throughout the year. Why leave all the fun to January? Some of you are probably firmly opposed, and I understand why. It seems like every resolution is doomed for failure, and sure it could be more fun to watch everyone else cynically. But haven’t you read enough inspirational quotes to overcome this? 

A few years ago my family started picking One Word for each year, stemming from this website. The idea is that instead of making a long list of resolutions you’ll end up breaking anyway, you pick one word to focus on for the whole year. It’s easy to turn everything back to that word, to remember it and apply it and see it.

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Group Project Personality Types

In honor of finals week and the conclusion of having to think about school for one glorious month, I bring you: Group Project Personality Types.
It is an invaluable part of our education experience that we are forced into group projects. We bemoan them and try to get around them and even fool ourselves into thinking they’re not happening. But inevitably it’s the last week of the semester and you have six different projects with twenty four people you’ve never seen before in your life but somehow just know you’re going to hate.
Here’s all the different personalities that come out when forced to interact with your peers and protect your grade all at once.

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