I, like many others, find October through March to be some of the best months. Halloween, Thanksgiving, our anniversary, Christmas, Lance’s birthday, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, my birthday… It’s a holiday hullabaloo, and it’s divine! Christmas, to me, is a time to celebrate traditions, family, friends and the winter season. One way to celebrate family and tradition is … Keep reading…

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Anyone want to guess what I did this weekend? After ten semesters of college I have finally earned myself a Bachelor in Arts in Communication with a journalism focus and a certificate in creative and professional writing. Take that, college! When I finished my last exam on Thursday afternoon I sat outside of the building– which is also the building I work … Keep reading…

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As you can probably guess from my lack of posting, things have been… intense. I wrote for, edited, designed and completed my last fashion section for The University News (sob). I’ve been applying for jobs. I bought a graduation dress. I went out for my last college weekend and finally visited the near-campus bars and did other stereotypical college-gal things. I completed … Keep reading…

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I think I am finally on the mend. While my throat and ears are still very sore– and I can feel the leftover head and muscle aches despite my desire to ignore them– my fever has lowered the the fog of the sinus infection has lifted, partly. As a¬†preemptive¬†note I am declining any responsibility for typos in this blogpost, as I am … Keep reading…

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Thanksgiving, both the holiday and the break, were wonderful. I spent time with family and might-as-well-be-family friends. Weirdly enough, one of the highlights was hanging out with my mom in the middle of the night. Why? Black Friday, baby! Before I say too much about my Black Friday adventure, let me preface by saying both myself and my mother have worked retail … Keep reading…

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