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Hi! I’m Alex Huffman, and I’m a cranky, introverted English major/ Psychology minor at UNF. As someone who was diagnosed with ADHD at a young age, I understand how difficult focusing and time management can be, especially when it comes to schoolwork. The way I see it, grades are important, but a hard-won B is more valuable to me than an easy A.
I’m a selective slacker, meaning I’m a perfectionist when it comes to what I love and super lax about things I don’t like…such as cleaning my room. I’ve been horseback-riding since I was eight years old, and I prefer to spend my weekends cantering bareback on my favorite pony Rafiki or jumping 2’6″ fence courses. My favorite book is The Princess Bride, which I’ve read more times than I ever want to admit (it was on my summer reading list freshman year of high-school, and I thought it was going to be super boring. Funny how life works, huh?). Some of my favorite movies include Blazing Saddles, Robin Hood:Men in Tights, and above all, Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Like Lauren, I am also working on a novel, which is currently in the revision stage (for the hundred bazillionth time…which is seriously taxing my Jedi-mind-trick-ADHD-control powers).
Lauren Parker, L.A.Parker
Currently an MBA student, I have a Bachelor’s in English and minors in Mass Communication and Creative Writing from the University of North Florida. I am 25-years-old and have not accomplished much with my life so far. I like to think that I am wittier than I truly am, and I am okay living in denial.