Back to it

Well it’s been a while since my last post. After I got home it took me about a week to get back to Eastern Standard Time. However, the hardest part about being back was having my brain transition from school work in Spain to school work at Bryant. I only took liberal arts courses in Spain, which was a nice change of pace from my usual business curriculum. When I was at Bryant, it was difficult to adjust my thought process from the Phoenicians to economies of scale. Fortunately I got back into the swing of things after being back for about three weeks.

This semester has been quite busy. As an international business major, coming home from abroad means you enter the infamous IB-block. This cohort of four business courses tests your abilities in terms of working in a team and time management. On top of this, I have been overseeing the Delta Sigma Pi as president of the chapter. I think the semester has been going very well. My goal is to have some sort of presentation each meeting that will provide value to our members. After seeing a show of hands as to the number of people that are familiar with LinkedIn, we definitely need to cover some more business related items.

I still stay in touch with my friends from Seville and beyond which is nice. Hopefully they’ll be able to visit Boston some day so I can be their tour guide. It’s strange to think I don’t have a destination in place since I just spent the past year going here, there, and everywhere. Though I must admit it is nice to have a schedule again. Plus, travel is always more exciting if you have not done it in a while.

Now the mission is deciding what I’d like to do for a career. No pressure.

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