Let $\mathscr{H}$ be the set of all humans.

Definition: If an element $x$ “cares for” a set $S$, it “cares for” every element in the set.

Remark: If you are a human, and you “care for” humanity, then you must “care for” yourself too.

Proof of Remark: Let $x$ denote you. $x \in \mathscr{H}; x$ “care for” $\mathscr{H} \implies x$ “care for” $x$.

Why a Blog?

So, why start a blog when there is approximately… $1.5 \times 10^{6}$ posts created per day? (Checked @ 8 AM 1/8/17)

For me, this website is a bit more than a collection of math notes and lists of resources. I am aiming to chronicle the challenges of being a student and a teacher at the same time. On the other hand, I want to also document the most fun parts of being in an intensive graduate program!

So this blog will be part survival guide, part chicken-soup-for-the-soul, and part scrapbook.

Oh. By the way, I survived the first semester of graduate school!