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I cannot believe that my Freshman year is almost over. Let’s recap!

August: First day of school, the power was out. I thought we weren’t going to have class!
September: I… can’t remember… I guess that means it was good?
October: My birthday, and a friend dressed up as David Bowie from Labyrinth. It looked cool. Maybe next year I’ll dress up.
November: This was my first year voting… and that was when I lost all faith in the government.
December: I had never had such a long break for Christmas… we were practically gone for a month!
January: I guess it was good. We hardly got any snow… that made me a bit sad. The worse part was that we had plenty mild days! I can only imagine what the summer will be like…
February: I mentioned in my Black History Month blog that I don’t really celebrate it. Not because I’m a jerk, but because I celebrate the accomplishments of African Americans every day.
March: I did not have a fun Spring Break. Normally, my family would go to a different state for a trip, but instead we stayed home… and that’s when I started to fall behind on my projects.
April: I rushed to get my projects done, and they went surprisingly well, despite all the tears I shed over them. However, I was still swamped…

As of today, all my really hard stuff has been taken care of. Just a few art finals and one math one, nothing too complicated. I hope y’all enjoyed reading my blogs, and I hope I get to write next year. 😉


How do I prepare for it? Well, I’ll be honest, I am already overwhelmed with projects and it has been weighing on me like a ball and chain since Spring Break. In short, I’m so burnt out I don’t really care. However, that doesn’t mean I will forget about it.
To me, Finals are the same as regular tests and quizzes; they’re just bigger. So, start off by studying as if it’s just for a quiz. Don’t stress about it, because that will only cloud your mind and make you forget what you need.


When you go to college, keep this in mind:  the breaks are a lie.

You’ll rarely get a homework-free break.  Even if the teacher gives you an assignment that wouldn’t be due until a month later, that still puts pressure on you.  It plants a nagging seed in your brain that bugs you, whispering, “You should be working on meeeee~.”

Just wanted to throw that out there so that some of you would develop better time-management skills than I have.


So, instead of writing about that topic, I’m gonna show you some pictures I drew.

Self-Portrait Self-Portrait This is a little doodle of myself. I would never make this expression in real life, but I wish I could. I don’t have any real pictures of myself on my computer. Even if I did, I wouldn’t be pleased with them. Original Character Original Character This was a pirate character I drew about a year ago. As you can see in the top-right corner, I used a reference on deviantART. Here’s a link: Original Character Original Character This is one of my original characters, Margot. She is the daughter of a mob boss from the 1920s. I used a reference here too: Original Character Original Character If you got questions, leave a comment. ;P Fan Art Fan Art These are sketches of characters from a show called Gravity Falls. On tumblr, someone made an alternate universe where they merged it with Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. Here’s a link to her blog: Credits: BatB AU – Sai-chan GF – Alex Hirsch Fan Art Fan Art Here, we have the Beast from Sai’s GF BatB AU and Mermando from my Little Mermaid AU. If you got questions, ask in the comments below. Credits: GF BatB AU – Sai-chan Gravity Falls – Alex Hirsch Fan Art I love Steven Universe, too. Here we have my gemsonas: Lapis Lazuli, Emerald, and Forest Green Pearl. Class Project Class Project This was a concept sketch for a project I had to do in Drawing class with Victor Wang (who is super cool, by the way). Unfortunately, I do not have a picture of the finished project. But, if you are willing, you can venture into the Art building and see it hanging above the sink in the drawing studio.



“What is Your Favorite Type of Music?”

by Jessica March 31, 2017

Whew, that’s a tough question! I grew up listening to a lot of different kinds of music; rock, world, hip-hop, and soundtracks to name a few. I would use music to help me create stories; giving characters themes and setting songs for scenes. Lately (by that I mean a few years), I’ve been listening to […]

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My Spring Break Memories

by Jessica March 16, 2017

Ever since I was in the 5th grade, my family and I would travel across the country to spend a week away from home. We’ve been to Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, and Texas. We would visit museums, enjoy the natural beauty of national parks , and walk battlefields. We learned about the […]

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What Am I Passionate About?

by Jessica March 9, 2017

That’s a tough question. I usually don’t know that I am passionate about something until I get fired up about a particular subject. Last night, though, is a pretty good example… When I got home from school, I decided to go onto tumblr and take a look at some posts.  On the main page I […]

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My Study Tips

by Jessica March 1, 2017

My best piece of advice is to listen to instrumental music (like what I posted on Valentine’s Day).  It will keep you focused and relaxed. Without lyrics, there is nothing to distract you from your work. For those who have trouble sitting in one place, like moi, use the Pomodoro Technique.  This technique is simple and […]

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It’s Grey Today…

by Jessica March 1, 2017

Do you like it when it’s dreary? For some, the grey atmosphere makes them weary and melancholy. For others, the muted light provides a sense of calm. Which is it for you? What do you like to do on a dreary day? Do you read a nice, lengthy book or would you prefer to watch […]

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Black History Month

by Jessica February 22, 2017

What does it mean to me? Hmm… I’m going to be honest, I don’t get excited about Black History Month. It’s hard to explain. On one hand, I’m not like, “Yay! Black History Month!” On the other hand, I’m not like, “Bleh! Black History Month.” I’m more like, “Black History Month is cool.” I guess […]

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