EUROPE PART ONE (& a bit of nyc)

Hello readers!! I am writing to you from the Newark Airport in New Jersey. My flight for Barcelona departs in three hours! I have been waiting eleven months for this day, and it has finally arrives *heart eye emoji*. I realized the other day, however, that I never wrote about my Europe trip on this… Continue reading EUROPE PART ONE (& a bit of nyc)

Growth, Constants, and Uncomfortability: An Exercise in Listening to Ourselves

Preface: As I wrote this post, I was unsure where to begin. I began and rewrote and scratched out and deleted over and over again. The final post is much longer than typical posts, so stick with me to see my thoughts on these last two years of my life, some things I've learned, and where… Continue reading Growth, Constants, and Uncomfortability: An Exercise in Listening to Ourselves

The Soul Year: Confronting Expectations, Redefining Success, and Laughing in Failure’s Face

Hello everyone! It's been a hot minute. I'm intentionally taking a step back from my blog right now, to refocus my life on what's truly important and what I want this space to look like moving forward. That being said, I've been talking to other young twenty-somethings from around the world over the past few… Continue reading The Soul Year: Confronting Expectations, Redefining Success, and Laughing in Failure’s Face

Wait to Date: Why the “Date-to-Marry” Mentality Can Be Toxic

For all of high school, I subscribed to the belief that dating without the intention of marriage is pointless. Why would you waste your time with a significant other if you couldn't see yourself marrying them? Why invest time, money, emotions, resources, etc. if you didn't picture a future with them? This largely stemmed from… Continue reading Wait to Date: Why the “Date-to-Marry” Mentality Can Be Toxic

How to Adjust to Moving Back Home + Other Unexpected College Failures

How do you come to terms with the fact that what you'd been working for your whole life doesn't live up to expectations? That you aren't thriving, like everyone else seems to be? That the person you are becoming isn't who you wanted to be? This is one of those posts I've had in the making… Continue reading How to Adjust to Moving Back Home + Other Unexpected College Failures