Morning Thoughts

September 29th One of the simplest times of the day is when I first wake up. I start to think about what I want to accomplish for the day, what I want to wear, planning for where to go, etc. Its nice in the morning because I get my alone time , which feels rare … Continue reading Morning Thoughts

Running In The City

When I was little, I loathed running. My parents always joke about how I always “ran to chase the ice cream man”, but what kid wouldn’t to get some ice cream? Regardless, I still hated it. I did end up signing up for cross country my sophomore year of High School, but only to “lose … Continue reading Running In The City

Good Reads You Gotta Read

There is nothing better than getting really into a good book. It’s hard to find ones that seem nearly impossible to put down. When I can find a book that I really like, I read it any chance I get. So, here are three books that I had a hard time putting down, and was … Continue reading Good Reads You Gotta Read

How To Budget Like You Live in N.Y.C and Can’t Afford To

New York City is one of the most expensive cities to live in the world. It’s a fabulous place with lots of life and love and things to do, but it also comes with $6 for a gallon of milk and $8 for cereal (God-bless you Trader Joes- you have reasonable prices and delicious food … Continue reading How To Budget Like You Live in N.Y.C and Can’t Afford To

Mourning the Death of College- What To Expect

Death sucks. I don’t know how else to start this post other than saying how it stinks, whether it’s something you’ve had time to prepare for or not. I’ve only dealt with only two deaths in my life; my neighbor, which was very sad because my neighborhood is like a tight family, and the death … Continue reading Mourning the Death of College- What To Expect

Drinking Alone in Public Like an Adult

Sometimes there is nothing better than taking a nice quiet sip of your favorite drink after a long day of working. You’re exhausted, you haven’t had your “you” time, and all that you have planned for the rest of the day is relaxation before bed. It’s a personal ritual of mine. Something I’ve always wanted … Continue reading Drinking Alone in Public Like an Adult

Life After College Is Real

It has now been a little over four months since I’ve graduated from Champlain College. As cliché and lame as this is about to sound, time flew right by! I’ve gotten my first full-time job within the industry that related to my studies, I pay my own rent and bills, and am a full grown … Continue reading Life After College Is Real