ABOUT

© Hallie Jo Photography, 2017
Hi. I'm Hannah, a student of mathematics at Central Washington University. I have a lot of different hobbies, but doing math all day is high on my list of happinesses. Some other things I like to do include reading (if you haven't read the complete, unabridged Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, do so!), blogging, playing the piano (I love Debussy, but a current favorite is Frederic Chopin), singing (all genres), trying to figure out how to play the guitar (if only I had more time to practice!), writing (fantasy, intellectual articles, etc.), working on math (oops, I guess I already said that), dressing up (secondhand is best for fair trade and cost-effective reasons: shop here to save and get $10 off your first order! also, the top above ^^ was from Salvation Army), doing yoga (I support YouTubers: Lesley Fightmaster, Yoga With Tim, and Yoga With Adriene are all great channels), going for peaceful walks, hiking (Eagle Creek is my favorite Columbia River Gorge hike), working with horses (I have a beautiful American Paint Horse mare named Splash), and sending hundreds of Facebook messages weekly to my lovely sister Hallie.

I started this blog to, believe it or not, express my love for dressing up. Over time, as I matured and had a lot of new experiences (and decided I wanted to be a mathematician, to boot), the blog evolved into something more life-ish, rambly-ish, thoughtful-ish. Eventually, I renamed it “An Unmathematician,” in the spirit of recognizing the “Impostor Syndrome” so radically prevalent among today's mathematicians, and in the hope that I can encourage at least someone who has felt this way before.

Welcome to you! What brought you here, and what do you like to do?

To contact me, please e-mail here.

I also have goalz. Check out my bucket list here.

Comments

  1. I love that outfit!
    Red looks sweet on you.
    A very "charmant' blog.
    (: Beth

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    1. Thank you so much, Beth! I appreciate your leaving a comment :)

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  2. We are so alike, minus the singer part of course!
    Kathryn

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    1. Oh, cool! Nice to "meet" you, Kathryn :) Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment in this "guestbook"! :)

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  3. Not to be cliché, but I think you're beautiful! I love your smile. And I entirely agree, you don't have to be a size 0 to be pretty. We're all God's creation no matter our size, and God makes no mistakes :)

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    1. Awwww...thank you SO much, Jessy! This made my day! :) And thank God that He doesn't make mistakes.

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