I hope y’all had a great January and are ready to jump right into February! What went on: January was a crazy busy month for me. For starters I finished exploring Ireland with my family and boyfriend (read about it here!) and returned to the United States eager to catch up on my sleep. I love traveling, but it’s also nice to return home and relax after a long trip. Unfortunately for me I didn’t have much down time to recuperate – as soon as I got home I went to a bridal shower to celebrate my amazing friend Kristen who is getting married in March. The shower was so…
Starting this month I'm going to have monthly recaps where I talk about what I've been up to, what I've been enjoying, and what I have planned for the future. I'll also be sharing my intentions with y'all and talking about them in depth. Hope you enjoy!
One of my favorite bloggers, Erin Outdoors, has a tradition of sitting down at the end of each year and writing down her personal reflections from that year. Even though New Years Eve has always been my least favorite holiday, I've decided to take this time as 2018 comes to a close to reflect on my own deep thoughts from this year. Here are five things that I learned in 2018:
One question I’ve been asked non-stop by relatives and family friends now that I’ve graduated is “what’s next?” What direction do I want my life to go in now that I don’t have school anchoring me in one place? How will I spend my time without class schedules and deadlines? What kind of person will I become? These questions are innocent enough when asked by people who only want the best for me, but they ricochet around in my mind when I lie down in bed and close my eyes. I’ve spent the better part of my life within the confines of educational institutions, so what will become of me…
From a normal girl who loves pasta to a vegan to a... what am I now? Who really knows anymore. I'm going to talk a lot about my journey with food, but this post isn't just about me. It's about why we eat the things that we eat and how we can learn and grow from one another. I hope this inspires you to make changes in your own life or strengthens your personal beliefs and encourages you to stick to them.
This is my love letter to Wyoming. The land of wild winds and rattlesnakes, snow covered peaks and dusty desert roads, and untouched rocks that sprout like islands from a sea of wild sagebrush. I spent two months over the summer working at the Magee Homestead in Saratoga, Wyoming, and these are my realizations about life after working at a luxury ranch.
This mini series on the blog is called Florida Spotlight, and it'll highlight amazing places in Florida. Simple enough, right? Last weekend my hometown friends drove up to Tallahassee to celebrate my birthday with me. I wanted to do something that would bring my childhood friends together with my Tallahassee crew, so of course a beach day was in the works. And what better place to have a birthday beach bash than Bald Point State Park?!