Archive for October, 2011

October 26, 2011

They say that some people find themselves in college…

… I have found Nutella.

Or, rather, rediscovered – my dad made Jono and I sandwiches solely of the spread for a few months in elementary school before we got sick of it – Nutella.

Now, at the recommendation of what seems like the entire world, I have given it another try. I now put it on saltine crackers whenever possible.

Nutella. Nom.

October 11, 2011

Sophomore Year So Far

Dear blog readers,

I regret to inform you that not much is new in the life of Julia. I’m still stressed, still a Journalism major and still hungry at inappropriate times of night. In fact, I’m ripping open a sleeve of saltine crackers right now.

The biggest thing happening at the moment is the fact that I have a blackhead that seems to be centered directly — and I mean precisely — between my eyebrows. I would measure the tiny distance to emphasize this fact for you guys, but alas, I do not want to leave my warm bed to find a ruler.

In other news, I’m getting published pretty regularly (!!!!!!). Please don’t underestimate my enthusiasm for this! I’m just trying to keep my blog focused on what you might not have heard about me. My family tends to spread information (read: gossip) quickly, so I figure you know most of what’s been going on. Also, to be honest, I write all week long so I don’t ever really feel like blogging.

If you want to catch up on the proof of my prolific-ness (not sure that’s a word), look below. I’ll paste links to everything since the beginning of August.

Her Campus – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

Live Music Guide – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.

The Independent Florida Alligator (oh yes! I’m a stringer! Sometimes I’m even in print! This is big news! That’s why I’m using so many exclamation points!) – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

See? I’m working hard. Reporting is tough.

I need to go study for my art history exam now. It’s on Thursday, but it’s one of the three grades my professor takes, so I hope I can nail it.

Yours in infrequent updating,

Julia