Megan. 21. Lover of music. Born and raised in Nevada.
Honestly, I'm no one special. I'll die one day and legitimately be forgotten, but I'm okay with that. I want people to know about the one and only person worth knowing: Jesus. Now He's someone worth getting to know.
Back on tumblr. My parentals got me a computer for school, since I ruined my mac book :/ So stinkin’ blessed by them. So, I’ll finally be able to write/reblog saweeet stuff.@8 months ago
There is something particularity interesting with the generation gap that distinctly separates those who are considered techno-savvy and those old-school-type, like my parents. Clearly, this separation that has occurred is due to the advancement in technology and the old-school ways of the older generation are no longer able to satisfy the changing and quickly advancing world we live in today. Although, the explicit beauty that comes with technology advancing so frequently is its convenience and perpetual strive towards consumer-focused products.
Those two reasons are why I am constantly intrigued and drawn to the innumerous types of technology. When it comes to using something technological, I absolutely love having access to the things I access daily on one device, particularly my cell phone. Almost every single thing that I desire to help organize all of my “To-do-lists,” I am able to simply download an application that is able to assist me. This simple advancement has helped me focus on details far greater than remembering my budget, grocery list, or when tuition is due. With the advancement of technology I am able to be excellent in more than one area in my life.
I desire to challenge myself academically and professionally in my workplace, and technology is one of the driving factors to those being obtainable. When I think about utilizing technological devices, there would be minimal reason for me to be passionate about them if it were not for college and work. Having this knowledge gives me advancement in the workforce when working for a company, because utilizing the technology that already exists can save them money, time, and resources (paper fees, etc.). It also helps me to be a more successful student. Of course I use technology for social reasons, but there is nothing challenging about that particular issue; therefore, I am not driven towards technology for social reasons.
Along with that, technology saves me innumerous amounts of time, mostly because of the consumer-focused products I talked about earlier. The goal of those producing these devices is to help make each computer, phone, etc., as seamless as possible, in order to heighten productivity. I am now able to interact with those I love and really place an impact with the people I interact with daily instead of being consumed with menial tasks in a non-productive manner. There is discussion that technology is placing a damper on human interaction and that it is becoming an issue as our world is being introduced to more technology, but I desire to have a physical one-on-one impact with the people I am surrounded by daily and I believe that technology can be used to do the opposite. It is possible to use the skills I am taught through technology to make my interactions more successful and to fully make an impact on people, and as our world becomes even more advanced, I only hope others desire the same thing.
@2 months ago
Memories upon memories flood this mind
I remember the nights; unending was the time
appion and sage and the corner where I’d play
that tree I wished had somewhere to lay
‘the round black tarp will do’ I say
shapes, the big-dipper and milkyway
these were the nights I seem to replay
I’m in Carson right now, in the house I grew up in. The windows are open and it’s abeautifulday out today; all I can hear are birds chirping from every direction. I may go lay out in the grass or sit on the porch. Yes, I think that’s what I’ll do.@11 months ago
over for the semester. I’ll be graduating with my AA, finally! Only 6 more weeks then…what? No major and no idea where the direction of things are going in my life. Maybe, DTS in Norway, maybe continue with schooling and figure that out. Or maybe I’ll move away and do something cool. oh the possibilitieeeeees@1 year ago