|University of Nebraska-Lincoln (so good to be back!)|
Yay! Finally another Friday Finds! I went on a bit of a hiatus once the move from San Francisco >> Lincoln happened. I'm trying to figure out how blogging works into my new schedule (graduate school classes + my assistantship + just life in general) and am easing back into things.
I have a super fun weekend planned with many Chi Omega events: alumnae wine night, recruitment volunteer and another alumnae party on Sunday. I'll share more next week about what Chi Omega means to me -- it's such a special sisterhood that I am so blessed to have in my life.
Whatever you have planned this weekend, I hope you enjoy every minute of it.
Check out some fun finds from around the web!
How Addicted to Coffee Are You?
// Buzzfeed // Real life: I get a massive headache around 4:00pm if I don't have coffee in the morning. I blame Evan for this. The man LOVES his coffee, which in turn, has made me love (and rely on) coffee. According to the quiz, I'm a "professional coffee drinker." Already knew that, Buzzfeed!
SanFranLand: New Web Series Shows What It's Like To Be A San Francisco Girl
// KQED Pop // I love Nebraska, but a part of heart will always belong to San Francisco and Northern California. I just read this blog post about the new web series, SanFranLand, and can't wait to watch the episodes. The trailer was great, and it made me miss SF! Who knows if people who haven't lived in San Francisco will find it entertaining, but it's on my to-watch list for sure.
Don't Call Them 'Kids'
// Inside Higher Ed // When working with the scholarship program in San Francisco, I endearingly referred to our scholars as "kids." I am super aware of this habit and am trying to break it. I am doing a good job of correcting myself after mindlessly blurting it out -- and replacing it with "students." The students I'm working with through my graduate assistantship are high-ability learners and super involved on campus. Clearly, adults! I know that in the world of student affairs, people have mixed opinions on the word "kids" -- the essay and comments are definitely worth a read!