Celebrating Accomplishments & Being Okay With Failure

I finally finished my junior year of college, thank goodness! I have never experienced a semester where I had mental breakdowns and panic attacks so much until this past semester. I knew it would be a super difficult semester as I had harder classes, but I wasn’t expecting so much stress and the feeling of…

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Thankful & Grateful

Get your fat pants and flowy shirts ready because it’s Thanksgiving! Hi guys! Sorry I have been behind on posting blog posts. This semester has been the most stressful semester I have ever experienced and I’ve been super busy! I still feel like it’s September because of life being so chaotic. Instead of keeping up…

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The Bachelorette – Hometowns

I’m back to talk about the Bachelorette after not doing a post about it in a while. As you may have noticed from my posts, I’ve been in England for the last two weeks, but now I’m back, caught up on the episodes I missed, and ready to talk about hometowns. So Garrett was the…

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Day 14 – Last Day in London

Day 14   This was our last full day in England and what a good day it has been. This whole trip has been the loveliest time and I can’t wait to come back. This morning around 9am, we walked from our flat into London to go to Westminster Abbey before the line got ridiculously…

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Saturday Trip to Midtown Farmers’ Market

Saturdays are my jam! Every Saturday from April 14-November 3, North Hills has a farmers’ market, Midtown Farmers’ Market , from 8am-12pm. I’ve been once before, but it was so crowded it was hard to look around and buy things. This morning, I waited a little later to go and there weren’t as many people. Probably…

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Learning to Overcome Imposter Syndrome

This isn’t a post to try to make you feel sorry for me, but I believe that if someone is dealing with something in their own life, you should put it out there to encourage and lift up other people going through the same thing. So this is a post about myself and to encourage…

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