5 Goals for my last semester
As I am a neo this semester, but also get to graduate next semester, my goals to accomplish are full of exciting adventures I can’t wait to do.
- The first thing I want to accomplish is picking up a little. While I did get to pick up a little this semester, it was a huge test to me on what I am able to do and how I can be there for my little. Being a full-time student, part-time worker, and an active sister, my workload came between my time with my little on multiple occasions. I think being vulnerable and understanding of both schedules has been a huge benefit for the both of us to get closer, even if it isn’t in a physical setting.
- A second goal I have is to travel to another state, in particular a west coast or east coast state. I live in the midwest and am honestly sick of the midwest (respectfully). I feel like it would be an amazing opportunity to travel across the country to meet sisters who have overcome similar barriers as I have. My goal is to attend a Charter’s event one of these days before I graduate!
- Third, I want to attend the midwest sisterhood conference! The last one happened the semester I was joining APhiG. Seeing the active sisters to meet and connect with other sisters near us was really cool, and I was lowkey envious. I hope to see y’all at the next one though!
- My fourth goal is to go to a national conference! My line sister had the opportunity to go, and I really wish I was able to go as well. Seeing sisters from all over the country gave me a lot of FOMO and I plan to go to the next national conference as well 🙂 I can’t wait to meet y’all!
- My fifth is to graduate as an active sister. I can’t wait for the day I get to walk and proudly represent APhiG and all the hard work I put into earning that stole. It’s definitely a journey I went through to graduate, but also as a sister.
I only have 7-8 months left to accomplish all of these, but that’s the best part of being an active sister. I get to do this (or at least plan to) and be with people I really love and appreciate coming with me.