A while back, I wrote about the five things that one should start doing every day in hope to create a healthier, happier and more embracing lifestyle. I wrote in light of wanting to improve my own wellbeing, and in belief that reinventing myself could begin by learning to embrace the little things life has … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Stop Doing Every Day
All throughout elementary and middle school I was considered an “above-average” student. I tested into the high percentiles in english, social studies and science, making ISTEP a cakewalk that landed me into numerous honor-level classes; thus, allowing me to complete high school graduation requirements in just the seventh grade. Of course there were always those … Continue reading Average is Alright
Two weeks ago, I stood in the Indiana University Tennis Center with a thousand of other talented, beautiful women counting down from ten to reveal where, and with who, we would be spending the next three and a half years. Sorority recruitment, to say the least, was nowhere near to what I expected it to … Continue reading Seeking the Heights
As I reflect on the past year, it is safe to say that I have grown as a student, a sister, a friend and as a person. I have had some of the most incredible souls come into my life and I have had some of the most toxic make their way out. With a year … Continue reading Finding Closure
“For what it’s worth, it’s never too late to be whoever you want to be. I hope you live a life you’re proud of, and if you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start over.” - F. Scott Fitzgerald Enjoy The Little Things Buy a $2 facial mask from Target, … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Start Doing Every Day
Three weeks ago I moved 172 miles away from home into a 10’ x 15’ dorm room with a girl I didn’t know.