Browsing All posts tagged under »Self Improvement«

“Find out what it means to me!”

February 9, 2012

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Recently, Tania (my lovely lady) and I discussed a particular dynamic about relationships that I thought might be interesting to share on here. It’s something I think is integral to any successful relationship between two people, whether it be a romantic connection or a work-place friendship or a casual rendezvous. It is also something I’ve […]

Major Change

January 18, 2012

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As of 9 a.m. today, I started the Spring 2012 semester of my fourth year at San Diego State. I can scarcely recall a semester, in my time as an Aztec, that I’ve been this excited about! The main reason is this- though I still need to submit the finalized paperwork, I am officially changing […]

I Love to Eat

April 13, 2011

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Everyone knows what causes the Freshman Fifteen. After you leave home, you’re not getting the home-cooked meals that your parents serve you. Instead, you’re eating at the fast food establishments on campus (which can be a financial problem if you don’t have a meal plan), all serving unhealthy foods in quantities that cause weight gain. […]

Dropping the Ball

April 11, 2011

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As a brief foreword- I wish to note that I drafted this post three times in the last month. – Alright. So I messed up. I dropped the ball. When I started this blog for JMS220, I went in with a plethora of ideas. The vista before me seemed like an excellent opportunity, since the […]

On the Menu

February 9, 2011

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Rather than diving right on in to what is going on in my life, I am going to summarize what I’m going to be keeping track of with this blog. As mentioned, I’ve got a lot of stuff I want to achieve, and it’s an ever growing list. Throughout the course of my blogging, I […]

Beginning the Program

January 28, 2011

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Hello! My name is Jordan Taylor Hovis. I am 21-years-old and a junior at San Diego State University, oddly enough located in San Diego, California. I love writing, but I want to get out and do something great with the talents I’ve developed, not pass it on to unappreciative English students at a high school […]