Chelsea Pimentel

M.Ed. in School Counseling

First class start date: May 2016

Anticipated Graduation date: May 2018

Certified Teacher/Graduate Program School Counseling, Corpus Christi

So you have to "bear with me" as I plunge into the blogging world and take it on full force as one of your "Lamar University Bloggers"!! With that said...

I'm Chelsea!! The South Gulf Coast of Texas is where I call home

{humid salty air, and wild frizzy hair is my thing}

And the world of education is where my professional heart lies.

I can say I am a strong, independent person who is determined to make all my dreams come true [yes, I know so cliché] BUT, I also know how many of us are in school, with full time jobs, families, and a full plate of life still believe in the power of our "dreams" & I am definitely one of those!

Therefore,

I am not here to brag about or [complain] about higher education, but rather give advice, hope, and inspiration for those "I'm done!", "I can't do this!", "I'm gonna lose it!"; days... that I know WE ALL HAVE!

{& to make all the grammatical errors I please without a grade reduction. Just joking if any of my professors/ IA’s are reading this}

...

I, too, like you take on way more than I can handle at times, and I am constantly agreeing to do what sometimes seem like impossible tasks while still holding world champion titles like wife, fur mama of two, grad school, teacher to twenty-four rascals, aspiring blogger, living that "healthy three days out of the week lifestyle", ... AND the list goes on.

Don’t get me wrong there are beautiful, rewarding, and exciting moments to a full time life

[AND]

for that reason I want to reflect all of it in my future blogs to YOU!!

So y’all stick with me and be on the lookout for all my latest snippets, tips, and sometimes cool tricks!!


Recent Entries

How to survive sweet summer time…

June 30, 2017

Summer time for a graduate student can be somewhat hectic, frustrating, and a wee bit stressful. Being in the education field, you get to see all your friends and co-workers fully embrace and enjoy their summers with trips, lazy TV watching days, and just an overall carefree two months.

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Summer Lovin’

May 31, 2017

Let’s just start with this: I am so happy and sooo READY for summer this year. It has been what feels like an extra-long school year, and we are all well overdue for our summer vacation.

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Graduate School & a Baby

May 1, 2017

Well, my husband and I took the plunge, and we have just announced to our family and friends that we are expecting our first baby in early November. After the tears and the finally(s) I start to get the “What about grad school?” question.

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Kudos!

March 31, 2017

Well here I am! I survived my crazy weeks leading up to my spring break vacation.

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Viva México!

March 7, 2017

Being a teacher in my world revolves around those holidays off.

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Why Online Works For Me!

January 27, 2017

I am in the midst of my twenties with a full time job, a husband, and two pretty large pups, so when I decided to go back to school to pursue my master’s it was a rather difficult decision.

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It Will All Be Worth It...Right?

December 31, 2016

We hear it all the time as graduate students, or any student, I'm sure.

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Holiday Madness Is Just the Beginning

December 6, 2016, 2016

Working in the world of education, we are constantly being told how lucky we are to have ALL that time off.

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Why I Went Back

October 31, 2016, 2016

I went back to graduate school to increase knowledge, and now I no longer know how to talk without citing three references!

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Hey there y'all!!

September 30, 2016

So you have to “bear with me” as I plunge into the blogging world and take it on full force as one of your “Lamar University Bloggers”!! With that said...

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This blogger is paid by Lamar University solely for submitting this blog and is in no way coerced to provide specific blog points or opinions.

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