That’s A Wrap

Who Am I? As the semester comes to a close, I near the end of my sophomore year of college. Now that I am exactly halfway through my college career, I can reflect on what I've learned the past two years that can carry me through the next two years. In this blog, I will … Continue reading That’s A Wrap

Social Media Fasting

This past Easter weekend I, along with the rest of my social media class, took a 24 hour cleanse from all social media platforms. To be completely honest, I was not too concerned about disconnecting from the internet. In the past, I have done my own social media cleanses; when I'm on vacation, visiting my … Continue reading Social Media Fasting

Tip #7: As you get older, you will become more appreciative of holiday family time

To those of you that celebrate it, Happy Easter! Since it is a holiday, this weeks post is going to be short because I believe the holidays should be electronic-free. The holidays should be about spending face-to-face time with family and living in the moment. This weekend I went back home to Massachusetts to spend … Continue reading Tip #7: As you get older, you will become more appreciative of holiday family time

Why Am I Doing This?

Blogging has always been something I've wanted to try. I have always been someone who journals. Throughout middle school and high school I would on and off keep a journal where I would write my thoughts and eventful things that went on in my crazy  adolescent life. While it helped me remember my feelings about certain situations … Continue reading Why Am I Doing This?

Tip #6: Mental Illness is Nothing To Be Ashamed of

Hi Friends! Today I thought I would talk about a difficult, but important topic. Unfortunately, most people our age have been affected by a mental illness, whether you yourself have one, or someone you know has one. Or maybe you have never had any experience with a mental illness, which I applaud you for because … Continue reading Tip #6: Mental Illness is Nothing To Be Ashamed of

Tip #5: Friends and Family Make Spring Break, Not Alcohol and Parties

Welcome back (for those of you who have had spring break already)!! and hope you are enjoying yourself somewhere warm (for those of you who are on break now)!! Transitioning from no obligations, except to sit at the beach all day, to having to go to 3-4 classes a day can be very difficult. I came back from … Continue reading Tip #5: Friends and Family Make Spring Break, Not Alcohol and Parties

Tip #4: Becoming an Adult Does Not Happen Overnight

Don't panic. This thing called "adulthood" may sound scary, but it doesn't happen overnight. It takes years of experiences and learning for someone to be able to feel confident in their new role and responsibilities. Even as a 70-year-old you're still going to be figuring everything out. Unfortunately there is no rule book for life … Continue reading Tip #4: Becoming an Adult Does Not Happen Overnight

TBT To My Teen Angst Times

Hi Guys! I've been getting some feedback and requests for personal pictures from my teen angst times, so I made this video collection containing pictures from my freshman year of high school to graduation. These are just some snippets of my personal experiences, some of which I will discuss in later posts. Hopefully you'll be … Continue reading TBT To My Teen Angst Times

Tip #3: You Can’t Change Other People; You Can Only Change Yourself

               Unfortunately, no matter how hard we try, we cannot change other people. If you weren't already aware of that, I'm very sorry to break the news to you. It sucks. You'll come head to head with multiple people in your life, probably even some of the closest people in your life - parents, best friends, … Continue reading Tip #3: You Can’t Change Other People; You Can Only Change Yourself