It’s a Thursday night, and I’m in my hotel room on a business trip. I’m trying to finish a take-home test for my Global Macroeconomics class, but I can’t focus because my phone keeps sending me notifications from the Goizueta Class of 2019 Facebook group.
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This month, my assigned blog topic is “work-life balance.” I’ll confess up front that I cringe every time I hear that term.
When I was in high school, I had a love/hate relationship with math. I passed algebra with flying colors and found nerdy joy in the challenge of solving for an “x” variable in an equation.
For the past two weeks, I have been savoring a very special time — a mid-semester break. These breaks are precious to me because since beginning the Evening MBA program back in August 2016, there have only been about 16 weeks where I’ve had no school commitments. Between ACE classes, Washington Campus and my international module, I’ve filled up most of my “breaks” with other school activities. This time, I decided to enjoy a much-needed respite.