Random ramblings

This post is not going to do well. I know for a fact it won’t, simply because it’ll have no direction in any way, shape, or form. Or maybe it will and it’ll surprise us all. Who knows? Just keep your expectations low for this one, folks, because today, we’re just having a little get […]

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What giving back means to me

‘Tis the season to go shopping, wrap presents, and attend all of the holiday parties. Many will hop on airplanes to make the journey home to celebrate with family, face the snow ridden roads, go over the river and through the woods, just to get to grandmothers house. For many, this is one of the […]

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My Bullet Journal: An Update

Holy moly, this weekend is December, which is the final month of 2018 and is anyone else wondering where this year has gone? I feel like the last few months have flown by and I’m not sure what I did or where I was for most of them. I started this year off blogging about […]

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Things I’m thankful for

It’s the week of Thanksgiving here in the United States and this is easily one of my favorite holidays. The history of this holiday is horrific, but I love that this holiday has transformed into something where families and friends gather to stuff their faces with delicious food, serve others, and express their gratitude for […]

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Why I deleted my dating apps

I spent half of 2018 on dating apps. Two in particular: Bumble and Hinge. Both wonderful apps with amazing potential for people to find their life partners if they want. I downloaded Bumble end of July after a week vacation with three of my best friends (who are all in serious relationships), then downloaded Hinge […]

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Things that spook me

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! It’s the creepiest day of the year, where you get to pretend to be whatever you want (within budget) and eat as much as you want. This year I’m being identity theft, because it’s truly one of the scariest things in this world. So while I was thinking of spooky things to be for […]

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Maintaining a work-life balance as a young professional

I’m twenty-five. I’m in my second full-time job since graduating college. I’ve been in the workforce for three years. If you’ve read my post, “why I quit my first job to travel“, some of this information is not new to you. I left my first job because it gave me anxiety every morning. I left […]

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