When it comes to having enough time to read entire books as an adult, it can be hard. These easy to digest audible books are perfect for the 20 year old who wants to kick butt in her career and leave her mark on the world.
Before I dive into thinking of resolutions and all that hocus pocus, I figured I'd reflect on all the madness that happened this year. After all, I graduate and become a "functioning" adult.
One of the most asked questions I get by my friends and family is why I blog. Check out the many reasons why I enjoy blogging. Who knows, maybe you'll want to start one too.
What to crack my head open and figure out what I've been into? Well... here is your chance. Check out my July favorites.
Hello darling! Hope all your dreams are all coming true this week. My dreams really came true this past week at Her Conference hosted by Her Campus. I got to meet Brooke Kamenoff (J.Crew’s Senior Associate of Social Media and Digital Development) and Ann Shoket (Former Editor-in-Chief of Seventeen). Some people get excited about meeting athletes, I get excited about meeting successful writers/bosses. Courtney and I ended up getting to the conference late (typical), so we missed the first keynote speaker. It ended up working for us because we were able to wander around the conference center. There were stations where you can get your hair and makeup done so obviously we had to…
Hello darling! I wanted to highlight all of the fun I participated in during my last week at Siena College (tears falling quickly down the side of my face). After a jam packed day of bar hopping in Saratoga, the senior class of 2017 hopped on 9 buses to go on a Captain JP Cruise Line boat. The three-hour experience let us sight see Troy to Albany and then back again. We ate, danced, and slightly froze our butts off. Regardless of how cold it was, it was probably one of the most rememberable trips I had during my senior week. The cruise ship consisted of three different floors. The third and…
Get your tissues... I'm graduating in 10 days. Find out what I'll remember most.