A little over fifteen months ago, I graduated from college with a BA in Business Administration and a minor in English. Right after graduation, I moved into my boyfriend’s mom’s house for the summer until we figured out our next move. We both had been accepted to graduate programs, but had yet to make a…… Continue reading I’m One Hot Millennial Mess
“Diversity is the one true thing we all have in common. Celebrate it every day.” — Unknown In my recent post about studying abroad, I talked about how we (as well as those we follow) often share videos on various social media outlets to raise awareness about current global issues. However, if your newsfeeds…… Continue reading The Purge: What I Realized From Deleting “Friends” From My Social Media
So far, 2017 has been a never-ending struggle with accountability and motivation. At the end of 2016, I was so determined to stick to my New Year’s resolutions list and finally make 2017 the year I actually follow through with my goals. But, I’m pretty sure I gave up New Year’s day. It was so easy…… Continue reading Starting Fresh: 16 Goals I Want To Accomplish By The End Of This Year
On September 5, 2015, I got on a plane to study abroad for the semester in Shanghai, China. Prior to this, I had only traveled outside of the US once and that was to the Bahamas on a cruise (which, let’s be honest, to a Floridian that’s basically the equivalent of going to your next-door…… Continue reading Why I’m (Still) So Obsessed With My Study Abroad Experience
*N.A.R.P. – Non-athletic regular person. What’s that saying? You don’t know what you have until it’s gone? Ugh, could anything be more relevant? After three years of practices, games, countless injuries, aching muscles, and the inevitable drama that comes with being on a team of ~18 women, it’s safe to say that I was sooo…… Continue reading Confessions of a NARP
Photo Credit: Kaitlyn Kimball During my last semester of high school nearly four years ago, I was dead set on attending Florida State. I had my roommate picked out, and paid my deposit on our summer dorm room. I was anxiously waiting for the time where I would be able to rush, go to all…… Continue reading You’ll Regret Going to a Small College
“I can’t believe I’m in the blogosphere.” – Rory Gilmore I often catch myself comparing myself to Rory Gilmore. We both figured out what we wanted to do with our lives at a young age: Rory, a journalist, myself, a lawyer. We both spent countless hours on studying, participating in extra-curricular activities, agonizing over potential jobs,…… Continue reading I am Rory Gilmore, Rory Gilmore is me.