June was a pretty eventful month for me. I worked a lot, but I had time to read quite a bit too. Macbeth (~1697) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I never read this in high school, so I decided to give it a go before I left for DC. This was honestly a great choice, and I loved every… Continue reading June Wrap-Up! // Books
So this is always a fun topic to talk about, since I am all about snagging free PDFs for my own entertainment on the internet. I’ve split this into a couple of categories just for the sake of organization, since there are a lot of sites out there who specialize in providing different books. Enjoy!… Continue reading Free Books!
This can be hard. Archaeologists are notorious for publishing their work decades after excavations, and I know of some site reports at Grand Valley that still haven’t been published in thirty years. However, there are some great sites out there to help out a researcher struggling to find field reports or objects, and this gal… Continue reading So You Wanna Find Some Reference Materials for Archaeological Sites
So this is my first blog, and honestly, I don’t even know what to talk about. I lead a pretty average Midwestern Life, where I partake in really eccentric interests for a 21-year-old woman. This isn’t to say that I think of myself as “not belonging” or “struggling to break free from monotony” though. On… Continue reading I Have No Idea What I’m Doing
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