Due to taking time off of school, my date to graduate has been pushed back by a year. Whilst that isn’t a problem with me, I’ve been told by my university to take summer classes at a local community college to meet my new expected graduation date. Only I’ve already maxed out my financial aid and I can’t take any personal loans out so I have to pay for the classes out of pocket. It’s extremely important to me to do what I can to graduate. The classes range from about 300$ per class and I need about 600$ total to take two.

!!!!!! The last day to apply for classes is June 3rd !!!!!!!!

Please donate or commission me if possible! Anything would be fine! I am but a small meme and I’m nearing my finals week for my university - and I don’t get out until June 14! Meaning, I will be starting my summer classes during my finals week !! If you commission me, the delay may be a month or so until I get everything settled! I will be very eager to do as much as I can once finish this year off well!! @o@


me @ myself why did u decide it would be a good idea to move into a new apartment, graduate from university, finish actually writing your thesis, and attempt to raise thousands of dollars for homeless children all in the span of three weeks. why did you think this was a good idea,

So I have kind of a stupid adulting question

I’ve never lived in an apartment before in which I’ve had to sign my own lease so I’m not only moving into a completely new place for graduate school but I also don’t have a lot of experience with apartment hunting. 

Does anyone have experience with looking for an apartment in a city that isn’t your own, like where to stay while you’re apartment hunting or about how many days it takes between when you move and when you find a place?

Originally I was thinking about just having a place all lined up for me before I went to Reno but I’m beginning to think it isn’t smart to move into a place without touring it first. Also, the landlady I was in contact with already told me she had to raise the rent by $150 more than it was advertised as (not even including utilities) which makes me not really trust her. 

For some background, I’m going to Reno second week of July and I plan on starting graduate school by the end of July. 

Legendary actor Robert De Niro delivered a harsh, raw and hilarious speech to graduates from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts on Friday, telling the newly christened degree holders of the difficulties they will face in the job market but that beyond the hard times they will gain the joy of a “passionate” life.

“Tisch graduates, you made it,” De Niro began. “And you’re fucked.”

Speaking up to the physicians about a patient’s care was hard to do at first. There was this invisible wall I had put between the doctors and myself. I was only a nurse, and they were the doctors. I came to realize that I am the one who is there with the patient constantly, and I need to be an active part of the plan of care - the patient’s well being is at risk.

OB-GYN Nurse, St. Louis, MO

(First Year Nurse: Wisdom, Warnings, and What I Wish I’d Known My First 100 Days on the Job, Edited by: Barbara Arnoldussen, RN, MBA)

anonymous asked:

Could you do a graduation speech video? Not give an actual graduation speech but a theoretical one on the vlogbrothers channel to pass on any wisdom (or humor) for all the new graduates? It would absolutely make my year if you would do it.

Boy have I got a video for you!

I still remember this moment
In the back of my mind
We were the kings and the queens
The night you danced like you knew our lives
Would never be the same
It was the end of a decade
But the start of an age

T. Swift Long Live