Summer Bucket List

Ahh, summer. This is one of the only times all year I am not bombarded with homework and stressed out with organizations. I just work during the day, relax at night, and thoroughly enjoy my weekends. Since it is summer, I have much more free time because I have no serious obligations like I do … Continue reading Summer Bucket List

My Morning Routine

I am a morning person. The morning is arguably the favorite time of my day for several reasons, like the beautiful sunrise, my toasty bed, the feeling of being well-rested, and the thought that my day is filled with endless possibilities. Like every other person in the world, I have a rather specific routine I … Continue reading My Morning Routine

My Everyday Carry Items

Every day we wake up, go through the mundane task of getting ready, and grab the same specific items we will bring with us throughout the day. These items are an extension of who we are, and we could not imagine completing our day without them. While laying in my bed one morning, as I … Continue reading My Everyday Carry Items

How the Apple Watch Helped With My iPhone Addiction.

*Opens Twitter, closes Twitter* *Opens Snapchat, closes Snapchat* *Opens Facebook, closes Facebook* *Opens Instagram, closes Instagram* *Opens Twitter again, closes Twitter again* And so on, and so on. This was the social media cycle that I followed every day, at least four times an hour. Like the myriads of people in this world, I was … Continue reading How the Apple Watch Helped With My iPhone Addiction.

Minimal and Versatile: The V-neck Sweater

Hello, all, It has been quite some time since my last post. Sorry about that, I have just been bombarded with schoolwork the past two semesters, working three jobs,  tutoring students, attempting to start a podcast, serving as Co-Editor-in-Chief of a literary magazine, and working on getting published in an online news magazine. Busy, busy, … Continue reading Minimal and Versatile: The V-neck Sweater

“What Can You Even do with Your Degree?”

Ahh, the question that English majors (and other Humanities majors) hear on a daily basis.  "What can you even do with your degree?" This is not it either, we are likely to also hear: "Oh, so you want to teach then?" "Well, I mean, if it makes you happy..." "How will reading and writing help you get a … Continue reading “What Can You Even do with Your Degree?”