Confessions of an Introverted Blogger // Blogging Life

The more I blog, the more I come across doubts and difficulties. Don’t get me wrong, I love to blog–I’d be happy if I could one day do so professionally. However, as an extreme introvert, blogging has it’s uncomfortable moments. While I might not be physically surrounded by my readers, it’s sometimes very hard to … More Confessions of an Introverted Blogger // Blogging Life

Fake It Till You Make It // Why I Wear Heels To Work

A few days ago I ran into an old friend from freshman year–she congratulated my second job position and noted that I must feel so accomplished. I’m awkward with these types of things, and I hadn’t exactly advertised my second job outside of my friend group. I ended up just giving her a faltering smile while … More Fake It Till You Make It // Why I Wear Heels To Work

Dear Anxiety // Self-Care Tips for Dealing with Mental Illnesses in College

Over Christmas break, I decided to start a series about mental health called “Dear Anxiety,” and I published my first two posts (A Letter to My Mental Illness and Things to Remember about Mental Illnesses During the Holiday Season) with a regular plan set in motion. A week after the second post was published, my plan crumbled … More Dear Anxiety // Self-Care Tips for Dealing with Mental Illnesses in College

February Goals // Road to a Better Me Linkup

At the start of each month, I always sit down and create a list of my goals for the following few weeks. Thanks to Jennie from Breakfast at Lilly’s and Brittany from Southern Soul, I’m now sharing these goals with you through the Road to a Better Me linkup!   January Review To kickoff my participation in the linkup, … More February Goals // Road to a Better Me Linkup

Five Lies About Lifestyle Blogging Debunked

My blogger life was quite eventful this week. I joined some new Pinterest groups, received some unexpected shout-outs on Twitter, created my first media kit, and contracted out my first sponsored post. While I was elated at all these happy events, I also had some rather interesting conversations that made me realize not everyone finds … More Five Lies About Lifestyle Blogging Debunked

Why You Should Study Abroad Your Freshman Year

Studying abroad is often the highlight of many collegiate careers; however, many of these adventures abroad don’t happen until after sophomore year when more opportunities are available. While I support studying abroad as often as you can, I highly support finding a way to take a study tour at some point during your freshman year. … More Why You Should Study Abroad Your Freshman Year