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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The Truth About Living Across the Country From Everyone You Know

Hello stranger friends, We haven’t met but since you all follow my friend Casie I think we will get along just fine. I’ll give you a little intro before I jump into such an important aspect of my life. My name is Ellie, I’m 25 years old, and have been living in Utah for almost […]

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Let me answer that for you!

I’ve been at a loss for ideas this week. I’ve been doing so many types of posts from listicles, to travel blogs, to opening up about personal issues, that I’m not sure what to do next. So for some weird reason, I thought you all might be interested in getting to know me a little […]

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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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What I’ve been struggling with lately

Last week I had my first anxiety attack in over a month. To even say it was over a month feels weird to me, considering for a while I was experiencing anxiety attacks weekly. Since I hadn’t experienced one in a while, this one felt like it hit hard. Really hard. After doing some reflection, […]

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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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One year later: thinking back to graduation

December 19, 2015 was the day I graduated college and every day since then has been nothing like what I imagined. This year has been something every young adult would be incredibly thankful for. I’ve been in a city I love, gotten a big girl pay check every two weeks since I finished school, get […]

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