There’s a certain stigma associated with resolutions that makes them seem temporary, almost fleeting. I’d like to challenge you to think of resolutions less as a short term goal that can be accomplished by checking off a few boxes, and more as an opportunity to reflect on the previous year and pinpoint what you may want to improve on or work towards not for the next 12 months but the rest of your life.
Music is meant to be found, shared, and enjoyed. Thus, the beginning of my “Mine & Ours” blog series. Continue reading “Mine & Ours: December Playlist”
Fall is starting to hit hard upstate and cozy (yet somewhat sophisticated) clothes are at the top of my mind. Here are some pieces perfect for the upcoming season… IT’S SHOPPING SEAAAASONNN LADIES!!! Continue reading “Fall->Winter Wardrobe Essentials”
Weekends here are a complete whirlwind. A fun, crazy, fast, and orange whirlwind. Instead of a vlog, I compiled a few pictures to wrap up this past weekend. Continue reading “Weekend Wrap-up: October 5-8 at Syracuse University”
#WeirdBrag moment. I’ve been an excellent money saver ever since I started a summer camp with my cousins in 2007. (I was an 8 year old camp counselor. Definitely weird… and illegal.) Now, I have a few tricks up my sleeve that I think will help you to save your money too. Let’s begin, shall we?
I’ve been taking advantage of my “official” unemployment this summer- I’ve made trips to Boston, Cape Cod, Vermont, New York City, and now, Florida. After seeing a friend from school in the city when she came up for another friend’s birthday, I immediately invited myself to stay at her house in Fort Lauderdale and booked tickets for a weekend in August.