Few things make me happier than curling up on a Friday night and watching an Adam Sandler movie and hitting back a beer or two and downing some Dominos stuffed spinach and fetta cheesy bread. I love frolicking in the snow with friends or having a spontaneous 2AM trip to McDonalds to vent about the stresses of life or current events. My friends back home call me a bleeding-heart liberal. I take that title as a badge of honor. I love talking about current events and finding out what drives people to do the things that they do.
You can't take life too seriously. If you do, you just miss out on so many experiences and opportunities that may be available to you. I love learning new things but I'd be lying my ass off if I told you college was my meaning of life. Given what it is I love to do, I see experience as far more valuable. I understand the incredible opportunities I've been given to attend college. Sometimes, I just see it as an irritating hurdle that will not inform any of the work I plan to do after graduation. I'm just hoping that my diploma is decorated with gold leaf and silk to make up for the price tag.
After graduation, I need to find a career in a fast-paced environment. I can't picture myself sitting in a cubicle for more than half of any given workday. I want find a career that allows me to fight for change and make a difference in my community. Social justice and change are topics that I feel everyone should be invested in. My primary goal in life is to empower those who have at one point if their life, felt powerless.
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