I am currently in the midst of applying to grad school for speech-language pathology. I told you guys in a previous post that I was going to blog my whole journey and I figured that before I dive into the deep stuff, I should probably explain the process for those of you who are new or those of you who are freshmen in the major who just don’t quite know what’s going on (btw, that’s TOTALLY OKAY! There’s so much to learn and know as a CSD undergrad/future SLP). So this post is all about the grad school basics and… View Post

This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. Happy second day of fall! Today I’m sharing my fall reading list. One of my favorite things to do is share my current TBR list with you guys. I always love seeing what people are reading and it motivates me to read more and add more books to my ever-growing list! If you love books and aren’t on Goodreads yet, you’re missing out. I know I talk about it in almost every book post, but I just love that site so much. It’s a great way to meet some bibliophiles and catch up with what… View Post

One of the best parts about a new school year (besides choosing a planner) is getting the right supplies together. Every year, I would set up a notebook and binder for each class but this year I decided to do things a bit differently. I used a notebook and washi tape to label each class and I really love how it has been working out so far! I bought a bunch of notebooks in various colors, one for each of the classes I’m taking this semester. Because I had a bunch of cute washi tape, I decided to use it to… View Post

At the beginning of the summer, I wrote a post about the books I had hoped and planned to read over the summer. I ended up reading 7 books, which is a far cry from the 12 books I wanted to read, but I’m still pretty pleased with that number! About halfway through the summer I wrote a review post of the books I read up to that point so I’ll link that throughout this list. I was really pleased with all the books I read this summer so if you get a chance to check any of these out, I… View Post

Syllabus week might be my favorite week out of the year. Honestly, it’s not even because classes are easy and there are a ton of parties, it’s because I FINALLY get to use my new planner. If you’re a freshman or an upperclassmen who is just trying to get their life together (it’s okay, I won’t judge), here’s my take on what to do with your syllabus. Print them out. Here’s the first step. I know that they’re made available online so you can access them whenever your little heart desires, but just trust me on this one. Print them… View Post