I’ve kind of known all along, but I didn’t know how to make it a reality. I really, really want to work for a rowing-related company or organization, in addition to coaching. I’ve always planned on going to IRL (The Institute for Rowing Leadership) after college, but I never knew what I wanted to major in or what I wanted to do with that major. I love writing, so I plan to major in professional writing with a minor in marketing because I also like business and think such a background would be beneficial in working with a company. It would be so cool to write about rowing, whether for a Rowing magazine or for a non-rowing specific publication. I also want to coach. Gahh! I’m so happy that I finally have this figured out :)

Okay, SIRA was pretty cool. It was my first time at the Oak Ridge course, which is an experience in and of itself. I did not race (long story), but watching was great. My team did well, though they didn’t earn any medals, but they were pretty satisfied with their performance in the end. All-in-all, it was a good weekend (save for some minor sunburns, awkward car rides, and an hour and twenty minute wait for dinner). Can’t wait to go again - and race - next year!

J Chillin at SIRA
19th Apr 201410:262 notes
We got out unis today!! Sorry, I’m a little over excited #murc #represent
16th Apr 201421:3211 notes
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