TUCKER N. BEDINGFIELD

JOURNALIST

Place of Origin: Macon, GA
    Tucker Bedingfield is a senior at Kennesaw State University, studying journalism and emerging media.  She can usually be found buried in her laptop, coffee in hand, or at the local record shop (coffee still in hand). Bedingfield has had a passion for writing since high school and likes to use her writing skills to tell stories of other people. She is a firm believer that everyone has a fascinating story to share, it’s just a matter of asking the right questions. 

What animal would you be, and why? I would be a butterfly. They go through so much growth and change in order to become a beautiful butterfly, and I think that is an integral principle to a person’s wellbeing.

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Works by this Journalist...

The Difference between Tired and Burnt Out

Stress affects everyone differently. Sometimes, it’s great. A little bit of stress helps us focus, move a little faster and get our work done in a timely manner. More or less.
The problem is that we live in a culture of stress.

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Taking a gap year? Here are 4 things you can do

After graduation, you have the freedom to do anything with more free time than you’ll ever have! That is why I have created a list of things you could do during your gap year,t so you don’t run into the same roadblocks I did.

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Confessions of a Recent Graduate: The Boomerang Blues

School lasts forever.

At least, that’s how it felt while I was stuck in the middle of it. Until one day (16 years later), it was over.

That expensive ass piece of paper didn’t make me feel any less depressed when I couldn’t find a fulltime job or get out of my parents house.

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Aquarius season

Aquarius is an eccentric sign. While you’re taking the time to work on communicating with your intuition and your friends, don’t shy away from exploring whatever unusual things might come your way.

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Tech bootcamps of Atlanta

While some of us have the time and financial stability to go back to school or teach ourselves some new tech skills, others do not. Where is the middle ground of obtaining these skills to compete in a world of tech? The answer may lie in tech bootcamps.

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