Post-Grad Vaca to LA, or something like that

I’ve written before about how “I don’t like to vacation – I travel.” After some consideration, I realized that this same attitude is how I used to be with food. “I don’t indulge – I fuel.” Okay, well in the real world, we all need to #treatyoself every once in awhile (I probably say this … Continue reading Post-Grad Vaca to LA, or something like that

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2017 Political Climate: How Far Will the Bipartisan Line Divide?

As Donald Trump's presidency continues to leave me in disbelief, I am really questioning the bipartisan system. I've never been a fan, but something my dad said over dinner really intrigued me. He is a die-hard Lincoln Republican (we're from Central Illinois -- everything is Lincoln-centric) but did not vote for Trump and cannot stand him. He … Continue reading 2017 Political Climate: How Far Will the Bipartisan Line Divide?

23 Goals That I Can Accomplish Even Amidst Uncertainty

What a year 22 has been. I've finished my Bachelors and (almost!) my MBA. I finally went on spring break, traveled to Vegas and the Grand Canyon, and studied abroad my second time in Southeast Asia. I worked 3 different jobs/internships while being a full-time student. I sweated in almost every studio in Chicago and … Continue reading 23 Goals That I Can Accomplish Even Amidst Uncertainty

3 Personal Reasons Why I Support the Funding of Planned Parenthood

Since I'm fundraising a charity event for Planned Parenthood in two days, it is probably overdue to explain why I chose PP. My first reason is that nationwide demonstrations will be occurring on my birthday to support the funding of PP, so I found it a natural choice. However, my support for Planned Parenthood goes … Continue reading 3 Personal Reasons Why I Support the Funding of Planned Parenthood