Welcome to Trekking Erudition! I’m Caroline. I grew up in a small, rural town in southeast Missouri and am a current college student. I am studying Health Science at the University of Missouri – Columbia.
Since I am a full-time student and am very active in organizations through my school, church, and community, I completely understand having a chaotic life. Sometimes it can be hard for me to keep everything straight. This site is the perfect place for you to learn about my college experiences, grab some of my best tips for making through those tough semesters, and maybe even find a “college student-friendly” recipe or two!
This site is the perfect place for you to learn about my college experiences, grab some of my best tips for making through those tough semesters, and maybe even find a “college student-friendly” recipe or two!
If the name Trekking Erudition confuses you, no worries! Learn what the word “Trekking Erudition” means by continuing further to read my definition and the story behind the name.
trek- a long, arduous journey
erudition– the quality of having or showing great knowledge or learning
trekking erudition- the long, arduous journey to great knowledge and learning
Trekking Erudition has a few different meanings to me. I find that they completely encompass the phase of life I am in right now (and will be in for a while).
The word “trek” is defined as a long, arduous journey. This word has a special meaning to me because I am a wanderlust, which more or less means that I love to travel. Seeing new places and experiencing new cultures makes my heart happy. I tend to suffer from “travel fever” (or wanderlust) if it has been a little too long since my last getaway. 😉
Erudition is defined as the quality of having or showing great knowledge or learning. To me, this word represents my future. I am currently planning to pursue a career in medicine. Erudition is a quality that I hope to possess by being a lifelong learner.
With these two words and what they mean to me, I created Trekking Erudition. I chose this phrase to represent “the long, hard road to great knowledge” that I am choosing to take.
Because of this long, hard journey I am taking to reach great knowledge, I’ve decided to share what I learn along the way with you. Readers can learn about my experiences and tips here at Trekking Erudition! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact form below!