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Welcome to my blog. Here I share my successes and failures along my journey to becoming an anthropologist. My most prominent interest anthropologically are the new approaches to handing food security/healthy eating in the US, particularly in urban "food deserts". I enjoy the Anthropology of Tourism as well; combining food and tourism has scholarly promise. My other interests which have converted into anthropological hobbies of sorts include converts to Islam, diaspora of Muslims, and MENA in general. I also have some interest in historical archaeology.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Hodgepodge

My vacation will be quite short but I am also looking forward to it. My husband, my sister and her family and me of course will be going to Largo and it is 10 minutes away from the ocean...sweet.

I started my new job yesterday and they gave all of the trainees about 3 pounds of shrimp each. That is awsome! They took us out for a nice lunch too. The new job will start for me next weekend, as this weekend I will be away. I do have to drive around with her tomorrow to meet store managers of the places I will be working.

I have an archaeology class starting next week as well. I am looking forward to having more structure in my life again. Seems the more I have going on, the more I accomplish. I don't know why that is.

I am still fiddling with the schedule for next year. I theoretically have 3 semesters left. Time will tell regarding that because I applied for an internship with the US State Dept. I may want to get into diplomacy/government service as a career. If I get the internship, I will NOT do Honors in the Major. If I don't, I will do the HIM program (I should get accepted).

Just some hodgepodge stuff to talk about.

anthrogeek10

2 comments:

Faith in Writing said...

What you said about the more you have going on the more you seem to accommplish, I was just thinking about that this morning. I have nothing conctrete going on now,at home with my 18month old baby girl. I am writing a book, almost finished, but without a set routine it is harder to get it done. I remember when I was at school at working it seemed there were slots for everything to be done in, but with too much free time, life gets away from you. It's good and it's bad at the same time.

I'm gonna plan a timetable!

Anthrogeek10 said...

Faith:

When there is little set things to do, for me, the less I do. :O Crazy. I am taking a class now so that is my afternoon work-reading. Archaeology...interesting.

plan your day before going to bed. I tried that once. Worled for a while. lol

anthro