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Hello world! I’m so happy you found my little corner of the internet!

I started my blog in the spring of 2010. The blog’s original title was “Diabetic Rockstar,” and its original focus was my experiences living with type 1 diabetes. While I’m still a diabetic, my focuses have changed. In recent renditions of my blog, I wrote about my year abroad in Brazil through Rotary Youth Exchange, wrote a very few sporadic posts about my college adventures, and wrote about my semester abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland. Now I’m trying to do exciting things like file taxes, live in my parents’ basement for as long as they’ll let me, and do the exciting work of finding a “big person job.”

I’ve now decided to title my blog “Project Adulthood.” I am one of the lucky members of the Class of 2020, having graduated during the biggest modern health crisis since the Spanish Flu and one of the worst periods of unemployment since the Great Depression. I hope you’ll come along the ride while I try to navigate this crazy world I find myself in while being (almost) all grown up.

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  1. Hi I just stumbled on your blog because my who is soon to 14 is running cross country, is his schools ASB president (9th grade is middle school here), love math, climbing, hiking, acting, pokemon, travelling, student of the month rotarian, rotarian leaders camp more and more and diagnosed last January 31 with Type 1 diabetes.

    Thank your for being diabetic and not letting it totally define you. I had to read through a lot of your blog to make sure I was still reading about you. My son has said he wants to go on exchange with rotary and I always thought he would do it until this past January.

    Kudos to you, I hope you continue to help change the world. If you do like working with kids and like to be a story teller too – look into an AMI Montessori teacher training program.

  2. Hi I just stumbled on your blog because my who is soon to 14 is running cross country, is his schools ASB president (9th grade is middle school here), love math, climbing, hiking, acting, travelling, student of the month rotarian, rotarian leaders camp more and more and diagnosed last January 31 with Type 1 diabetes.

    Thank your for being diabetic and not letting it totally define you. I had to read through a lot of your blog to make sure I was still reading about you. My son has said he wants to go on exchange with rotary and I always thought he would do it until this past January. Your parents rock!

    Kudos to you, I hope you continue to help change the world. If you do like working with kids and like to be a story teller too – look into an AMI Montessori teacher training program.

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