This week marks the first full year of my blog, which calls for a celebration.
I started my blog right before I started college, and I’m so glad I did.
I’ve never flown by myself before, and I should start by saying I’m scared of flying. Even though I’ve flown a lot with my family, a few times with just my sister and I, and once with just a friend and I, it still scares me. Today, I flew home from Tallahassee so I can
As if being in a sorority, completing my school work, going to church, and getting to the gym weren’t enough things to try and fit into my schedule, I recently decided I wanted to join Model UN. I’m trying to make the most of my time in college, even from the beginning, by being involved
For this week’s Sunday Scripture, I was inspired by the gospel during mass. This story, the Parable of the Dishonest Steward, is one I’ve heard many times growing up going to church every week; it’s a story that everyone can relate to because we all have times when we are dishonest or not as generous
While writing my last post, I had the idea of creating a list of “the little things” that make me happy and make my world a little better. So, here it is. I’ll be updating this list or making additions as I think of them, but you gotta start somewhere! It’s easy to focus on
As I’ve mentioned in some of my previous posts, I just started my first “real” semester of college. (I was here for the shorter summer semester, where I only had to take 2 classes.) Now, I’m a full-blown-college-freshmen and even though it’s only my third week…
Those who know me best know that I avidly keep a collection of inspiring Bible verses and quotes on a Pinterest board, and I’m always looking for ways to put my collection to use. I find all these verses that inspire and encourage me, but how can I use them to let them inspire others?
For my first Sunday Scripture reflection, I chose this verse that has been on my mind (and Pinterest board) lately. I’ve experience a lot of change in the last few months, from graduating high school and moving to college. As I wrote in my last post, the transition is definitely a big one, but I’m
While I’d like to say that my journey towards creating this blog was a long, treacherous adventure, the tale of the creation of this blog isn’t very exciting, but it did take a while, over 18 years actually, and I think that is a notable feat. Given that I didn’t use a computer for the first