Well...it's been fun, and while I haven't even come close to saying everything that could be said about grad school or Kellogg, all good things must come to an end (in order to make way for even gooder things).
I hope that you've enjoyed Kellogg life through my eyes and words the last two years. From here on out, I'll be blogging from my new website, openmicsite.com. Although I haven't figured out yet what I'll be writing about, you can be certain that it will contain the same mix of "nutritional" content and "junk food" content.
I thought it would be fitting to end the blog with a bit of writing that helped start the journey, so I want to leave you all with the last part of one of my Kellogg application essays. The essay question was "What do others admire about you," and as I read through it again, I realized that what I wrote over two years ago still rings true today. Hopefully it will resonate with you as much as it does with me.
We are constantly facing challenges and setbacks in our lives that can result in a cynical viewpoint. By maintaining our optimism and enthusiasm, I know that we have the capability to work together and accomplish great things.