A weekend unplugged

When you’re hit with an addiction to your phone, there’s only one true cure: unplugging. See how I spent a weekend with close friends to accomplish a small, but mighty goal to look at my phone less.

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Ways to help me through an anxiety attack

May is Mental Health Awareness month and being someone who conquers anxiety on a regular basis, I felt it was finally time to share ways to help me if I’m having an anxiety attack. I got this idea from Kelsey Darragh, a Buzzfeed superstar, when she posted a list she had made for her boyfriend, […]

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My 7 favorite podcasts

What helps me pass the time during my lengthy commute? Podcasts. So many different podcasts are available and I’ve found my favorites!

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A Washington, D.C. Wedding

A weekend full of love, family, and heat. Read about my trip to Washington, D.C. for my sister’s wedding!

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My favorite to least favorite US airlines

I love to fly. With it being one of the fastest, most efficient ways to travel, it’s easily my favorite form of traveling. Many people have their preferences on airlines and which is best, which is worst, who and what to avoid, where the extra charges come in, etc. and I’m no exception here. Now, […]

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What we can do for Earth Day

Earth Day is one of my favorite days of the year, simply because I am so grateful to live on this planet. I talk to mother nature almost daily. Trees are some of my favorite things this world offers. Oxygen keeps me alive. Sunrises and sunsets make my heart smile. The first bloom makes my […]

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Intentional Positivity

“Your positive action combined with positive thinking results in success.” – Shiv Khera Yesterday I decided I wanted to take a day to be intentionally positive. Meaning, I wanted to, no matter what, keep a positive mindset and outlook on whatever life threw at me. I knew this would be particularly difficult to do on […]

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up north

My weekend up north was a special one. Spending time with friends I hadn’t seen for months on end, hearing about their lives in a space all together instead of over snapchat, text, or a phone call. Being in a space where I could set my phone down and recognize the importance of being fully […]

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A letter to my younger self

Dear 14-year-old Casie, Hey, it’s you, but just 10 years in the future – crazy, right? It’s weird to say this, but I barely remember what you’re going through right now and what exactly you’re experiencing… I guess that speaks to my memory skills…(yeah, they’re still not great…) If I’m thinking correctly, you’re living it […]

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