For those of you who didn’t catch the final presidential debate last night, you didn’t miss much. Hilary wiped the floor with Trump, discussions of important issues were limited, and offensive comments were superfluous. I am not usually the most politically minded, but election season brings out the inner political connoisseur in all of us. … More Debate Night Recap – with wine.
Growing up, I was told there would be hard parts of my life; bumps in the road that we just have to continue on over.Like the prodigal potholes and other various inconveniences we all face in life, we are stronger for them. It’s said that resilience will make us better people, but what else will? … More Currently Seeking: Happiness
We live in the ‘PC’ age, yet scrolling through the pages of Party City’s website for costume ideas, I almost can’t help but laugh. One costume, along the lines of “Women’s cutie Native American Costume” was so outrageous that it stopped me mid-scroll. The rest of the website and store featured grass skirts, feathered headdresses, … More A Quick Reminder for Halloween
I’m writing this in my new favorite cafe/bar, a hidden gem that I’ve walked past countless times and never thought about coming into. The decor is rustic and well loved, with stone walls and cracks in the cement where notes have been left by patrons before. Overhead, wooden beams with cracks and splinters keep the … More Hidden Coffee Shops and Hidden Journals
“Busy” has become the driving force in my life. I’m in a constant state of ticking off checklists and working towards the ever receeding goal of graduation in the distance. My blood caffeine level is at an all time high. I guess I’ve reached the proverbial ‘sophomore slump’ I’ve been questioning a lot of aspects … More Passions and Paths