5 Tips for Planning a Trip

I’m baack! It’s been over a year since I last wrote anything, but here I am, better than ever, with an incredible summer planned. One of my favorite things to do is be outside. I love to camp, hike, climb – really anything in the outdoors. So, with that in mind, my friend and I have planned… Continue Reading →

Quarantine Lit List: May & June Edition

It’s been a busy month. The world has gone through a lot, and so have we, trying to adapt. Trying to learn. Trying to create an environment we’re proud to live in. With everything going on, I never put out my May Lit List, so I decided that I’d combine May and June’s list together. … Continue Reading →

10 Movies and TV Shows about Race & Discrimination

It is apparent now more than ever that to be a part of this fight, you have to be an active participant. It is not enough to say you aren’t racist – you have to act anti-racist. This means that you use your voice when and where you can. You facilitate conversations with your family and peers… Continue Reading →

8 Easy Ways to Support Black Lives Matter from Home

On May 25th, 2020, George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Called concerning a $20 counterfeit bill, police officers forced Floyd out of his car, handcuff him, and proceeded to kneel on him, until he died. Former MPD Derek Chauvin had kneeled on Floyd’s neck while Floyd repeatedly pleaded, “I can’t breathe,” eventually suffocating to… Continue Reading →

How I Nurture My Love for Nature

Growing up, I wasn’t really the type of kid who chose to play outside. That’s not to say I didn’t, but if possible, I would choose sitting inside watching tv or reading a book over exploring the outdoors. However, as I grew older, my love for the outdoors grew as well. While in college, I… Continue Reading →

BOOK ALERT: “One Day In December” Is A Must Read

It’s 2:42 am, and I’ve just finished reading One Day in December by Josie Silver. And I’m bawling. This was one of the most beautifully written books I’ve read, and it introduced me to three of the most complicated and utterly intoxicating characters that I’ve known. My heart was delicately held by strings through all 416 pages,… Continue Reading →

A Simple Guide To Journaling And How It Helps Me

In honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, I thought I’d share with you one of the ways I account for my mental health! Mental health is still a very controversial topic and is disregarded by many. However, it is real and just as important as your physical health. Read on to see how… Continue Reading →

5 Reasons Why I’m Dedicated To My Workout

I consider myself to have always been an athletic person (okay, semi-athletic). I knew that working out was important and could tell you all the mental and physical health benefits, but honestly? I was just really lazy. The prospect of working out after hours of studying, or worse, making myself leave my house on the… Continue Reading →

How to Never Die: Have a Digital Death!

Skepticism. That’s what I felt when I first started watching Amazon Prime’s newest original show, Upload. I knew I would watch it because of its superb cast and because it’s by the creator of The Office, Greg Daniels, but I actually wasn’t intrigued or excited by the trailer. At best, I assumed I would use… Continue Reading →

From Oats to Granola: The Journey Within

Everyone knows what it’s like to have the munchies. Usually, I look in the pantry and grab something that’s coated with chocolate. Actually, my general go-to snack is anything and everything that’s loaded with fat and carbs (the bad kind). Now that I have some time on my hands, I’m trying to make better decisions… Continue Reading →

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