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Four Days in Los Angeles

Four Days in Los Angeles

If you’ve spoken to me in the last 2 months or follow my blog, you definitely know I went to California over the summer. Yes, I will (probably) stop talking about it eventually. But not yet. I technically had 5 whole days there, but the…

I’m Breaking Up With Spirit Airlines

I’m Breaking Up With Spirit Airlines

I’ve gone on two solo trips by myself in the last year, and both trips I flew Spirit, the super millennial, budget airline. My trip to Boston was pretty great. Nothing remarkably good or bad happened which is just what I wanted. That was not…

New York City in 40 Hours

New York City in 40 Hours

Now that I’ve been to New York more than once, I feel like I have a grasp of the city. My most recent trip in April was my first time spending more than one day there and my mom and I had a blast enjoying…

How to Ace an Online College Class

How to Ace an Online College Class

Have you ever taken a college course online? It’s a super convenient way to get extra credit when you don’t have a lot of spare time…. I know a lot of people who think that an online course is an easy option that requires little work and attention. Most of the time, people who think that are in for a rude awakening. Of course, not every college class is the same, but a lot of online college classes are made more difficult by the kind of assignments to balance out the lack of instructional learning.

Eating Gluten Free in Los Angeles

Eating Gluten Free in Los Angeles

Every time I would tell people about my upcoming trip to Los Angeles, I was told there would be so much good food for me there. Using my trusty and reliable Find me Gluten- Free app, I felt overwhelmed by the options available. There were a dozen certified gluten-free spaces, much like where I worked, and it seemed that every restaurant had a gluten-free menu.

A day in Boston

A day in Boston

I always remember being really drawn to New England growing up. I liked the cold and I loved the idea of being around water and the city all at once. When my friend started college at Emerson last year, I jumped on my chance to…

Why Seafood Is Hurting Our Planet

Why Seafood Is Hurting Our Planet

I’m not a picky eater, but I’m not a big fan of seafood. I may be the only adult born and raised in Maryland who doesn’t know how to pick crabs and I really have no desire to learn. I do love crab cakes, and…

Supporting the Right Cause During Pride Month

To a lot of people in the LGBT+ community, one of the only things more exciting than going to the pride parades and festivals is finding the perfect thing to wear for it. pride month is a super exciting time for all LGBTQIA+ folks. Over…

Welcome back!

Hello loyal followers!! I, once again, disappeared during the school year. I have just finished my third year of college and it was nothing short of crazy. Two colleges at once, averaging 16 credits total and a new job and it feels so good to…

Living With a Rare Disease

This past week the National Organization for Rare Disorders has made it official that Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome, the disorder I was diagnosed with at 16, is considered a “rare disorder”. Since it’s rare, let me give you the brief rundown of what it is,…