Posts Tagged ‘Blogging’

It has been too long!

I clearly overestimated the amount of free time I would have available while abroad.  Class time, homework and site visits left no time for blogging.  If you were looking forward to gorgeous pictures from Greece I promise they will be up shortly.  I’m currently uploading and editing.

Hope you’ve had a great January.  Pictures soon!

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It’s been awhile since I’ve posted.  I have some good reasons:

1. Finals – I completed the Fall semester of my Senior year at St. Thomas.  Going into this school year I could not imagine being done with college but now I am ready and cannot wait to launch from college life into the working world.

2. Family Gatherings – We’ve had both Christmas Eve and Christmas at my house which means lots of cleaning, decorating and family time.

3. Cooking – I fully admit that I’m not an experienced cook but I’ve been surprisingly busy cooking this week.  I’ve made beef and broccoli, cheesy potatoes and green bean casserole.  That probably doesn’t sound that exciting but I’m quite impressed with myself.

I hope you’ve had a wonderful holiday season and take the time to squeeze in some much needed relaxation.  Happy holidays!

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1. I have a unique point of view which requires more room than twitter can provide.

2. I’m passionate about connecting with the world and blogging provides a great platform for this.

3. I’m constantly learning and what better way to learn than by doing.

4. On a daily basis I am inspired by others’ blogs and want to join in on the fun.

What to expect from this blog:

While my professional ambitions are the primary focus of my life right now, there is more to being a future ad exec than just advertising. I’m going to write about what being Tara Olson is all about. I have many passions including: travel, volunteering, psychology and fashion.

In addition, I’m going to Greece for a month this January and am looking forward to dabbling in travel writing and blogging about my trip.

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