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Grown Up by Elizabeth C. '13

Well, not quite.

22 responses to “Grown Up”

  1. Diane says:

    I love this blog entry, and I just love your blogging style in general.

  2. Jimmy says:

    Your blogs are fantastic Elizabeth!
    You’re the best!

  3. sasogeek says:

    “The best part of adulthood is free tea” – quite a funny life, but an interesting one too though. It’s always a good thing to realize and appreciate the hard work behind great products. I guess we’re all still learning smile anyone going through hardship and struggle through school or the like, well this is a lesson for you, your efforts will not go unnoticed, keep working hard wink all the best in life to all who read this smile Peace!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Elizabeth, ever since I’ve been following the blogs (a ridiculously LONG time), I’ve always clicked on your posts first. You seem like such an awesome person!

    Good luck with your new job!!

  5. kilanko paul says:

    growing up can be fun but sometimes lonely and annoying just imagine me wanting to go to Alaska when i was a kid but right now am sitting in my office trying really hard to be impotant.weird isnt it………..

  6. Shuai says:

    This is the process of we grow up

  7. Shuai says:

    This is our growth process

  8. Aman Jain says:

    Exceptionally marvelous post … I love the way you express and make everything so 3d for the readers as if we were experiencing it !!! Thank you and please keep posting blogs like these !!!

  9. Kirsten L. '15 says:

    Wonderful post smile Not that I expected anything less hehe.
    Your blogs are what made me want to become a blogger for MIT.
    Keep up the awesome work 😀

  10. anonymous says:

    Wait wait so is this an externship? or something else?

  11. Dheeraj , ind. says:

    loved it *slow clap*

  12. Kamran says:

    But I like meetings. 😀
    nice post.

  13. Henrik Hodne says:

    Love it, you always seem to break the format of traditional blog posts.

  14. Guilherme L Wanderley says:

    Awesome post! Next time you feel pressured to be creative, just think you are writing a blog entry for MIT, because maan… That was pretty much creative! (Seriously, it helps! Unplug from the world yourself a while)

    Best wishes!

  15. Yasharjon Ahmedov says:

    well done!!! I am from Uzbekistan(maybe you heard about maybe not:)). I really like to read these student blog in mitadmissions.org/blogs/. I am planning to get my master’s degree in US, hope these is gonna be helpful to me in the future. If got some experience (advices) to share with me I’b be glad. (email me). Thanks

  16. Marilyn Decker says:

    I just love your blog too. Very creative.

  17. Chris S. '11 says:

    the best mit blog I’ve read in the last 2 years.

    happy to see it’s already flagged as byob smile

    ps. if you don’t want to grow up yet, go to grad/professional school wink it only sucks to be the only one not having any income when you go out to dinners now with friends from college raspberry

    also, i feel like my life is not too dissimilar from mit life. i go out to dinners more, spend more time at coffee shops, and is much less hosed. raspberry kind of miss mit sometimes though…enjoy it while you’re there smile

  18. Chris S. '11 says:

    botb* not byob.

    this is what post-grad life does to you -______-

  19. Gill says:

    People like you because you Connect, in your own gooberish way.
    Don’t ever loose that Elizabeth :’)

  20. Marilyn Decker says:

    Embrace the routine sweetie! Yet keep learning……..then balance with fun along the way ! YES, no one is perfect, and the important thing is that you are on the right road. When you have your health you got just about everything, so don’t neglect it while keeping up with the demands of life.

    I PRAY and can’t wait to hear if my son is accepted to MIT. It will be a dream come true for all of us.

  21. m says:

    awesome entry! xD i love your blogging style!