It is St. Patrick's Day and I am stressed out. No, more than stressed. If there was an "I quit" button for my life, I would press it. I would no longer be a college student and, instead, sit on a sunny beach somewhere getting a sunburn, and ruing social expectations. I would RUE them. … Continue reading Stress and St. Patty’s Day
I feel really bad about not writing in such a long time, so until I get a chance to sit down and tell you all about my (super duper interesting) life in the past two months or so, I thought I would show you all two pieces from a short story of mine. I'm not sure why … Continue reading A Piece of Writing for Your Perusing
Would you like to know what I have been doing in all the time I have not been posting? Well... I passed my math class with a 4.0! Killed it 🙂 I edited a novel for my good friend Julia, and it was really exciting because I love editing novels. It was also a good … Continue reading I’m Back! For Half a Post.
It's been quite some time since I've posted, and I wanted to write this to let you know that I haven't forgotten about my studying abroad series! There will be more posts coming soon, along with some new short stories I have been working on (based off of things that inspired me while abroad, and … Continue reading It’s Been a While, Huh?
I am currently sitting the Boston airport waiting for my connection to Detroit which isn't going to leave for another, what, four hours? Probably a bit less than that by now, but the point is still the same: it's long. So I thought why not begin my series of posts that are going to both … Continue reading Tips and Tricks for Studying Abroad: Travel
I'm currently writing this from the Boston airport as I wait for my connection to London. I just received a text alert from WordPress that it's my blogaversary (is that spelled wrong? Yeah, I think it is.) Thank you so much to everyone who has supported me since the creation of this blog two years … Continue reading Mini Post About Nothing #21: It’s My Blog Birthday!
The city I live in is an interesting place. One half of it is what you might think of when you picture a normal, American suburb. There are people with incomes that range from not-so-good to average to good and everything in-between. And then there's the other side of my city. The holy-crap-she-just-spent-two-grand-at-Victoria's-Secret-and-didn't-blink-an-eye kind of … Continue reading The Peasants May Not Touch the Furs