4 Ways To Travel The World Without Leaving Your House

So, you love the idea of traveling more than the act of traveling. You love the idea of learning about new cultures, but you’re hesitant about stepping out of your comfort zone. If this sounds like you, you’ve come to the right place! Learn a new language! Something I’ve learned from Damon and Jo isContinue reading “4 Ways To Travel The World Without Leaving Your House”

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One Girl’s Guide to Meditation

Hello beautiful reader, Many of us have a very specific idea of what meditation is. Consequently, many of us believe we just don’t have the attention span for it, so we write meditation off as “not for me.” Photo courtesy of DVDizzy.com Although this is the idea we’ve seen more often, both in the mediaContinue reading “One Girl’s Guide to Meditation”

Inspirational Quotes for Trying Times

Hello beautiful reader, I used to be obsessed with inspirational quotes when I was in high school. (I still have multiple Pinterest boards dedicated to them.) Whenever I needed a boost of inspiration or a change in perspective, I would look for quotes. In fact, although my first blog post was a playlist of myContinue reading “Inspirational Quotes for Trying Times”

Finding My Why

Actual footage of me searching for my “why”. (GIF courtesy of giphy.com) Recently, I’ve been noticing a recurring theme pop up in my life: the importance of understanding my “why.” Why do I do what I do? Wait. What do I do? When I focus on my “why” rather than my “what,” I find thatContinue reading “Finding My Why”

One Girl’s Guide to a Single’s Valentine’s Day

Today’s playlist includes: “Love Myself” by Hailey Steinfield and “Reflection” by Fifth Harmony Click here for the rest of this post’s playlist. 🙂 Ah, Valentine’s Day. The one day of the year where everywhere I look, I see couples. Contrary to popular belief, being single on Valentine’s Day really isn’t that bad. There are twoContinue reading “One Girl’s Guide to a Single’s Valentine’s Day”

Some Tools For: Surviving High School

Pencils: to take notes. I used to believe the only information I gained from high school was what I  memorized “learned” to later regurgitate for a grade. That’s not the case. I learned: How to deal with difficult teachers = How to deal with difficult bosses. How to productively manage stress. How to manage my time. Highlighters: payContinue reading “Some Tools For: Surviving High School”