Fear of Failure.

Fear of Failure.

In August, I walked into a classroom with 30 kids that were pretty much strangers, sat down, and began the fun dance of "where you from, where'd you go for undergrad, what was your major?" Classmate after classmate told me their major was business, finance, accounting, etc. I felt like a fish out of water. [...]

Your Next Read: Unshakeable

Your Next Read: Unshakeable

A phenomenal book written by a phenomenal human, Lauren Kinney! Do you love a high school senior? Get them this book before they head off to college. I wish I had read something like this before my freshman year. Get your copy of Unshakeable today! ALL proceeds today go to a family that has recently lost their father / husband in a tragic accident. Link to book in bottom of my review!

Confession of a White Woman.

Confession of a White Woman.

I posted this on my personal Facebook a couple days ago, but I felt like I wanted to include this on my blog as well. I also had some more to add as I felt like I couldn't cover exactly everything I feel on a Facebook post without it being thousands of words long. This is not the condensed version. And I want to preface this with the fact that I do not have all the right words to say. I am a 23-year-old white woman who has a whole lot to learn when it comes to racism and my privilege. But I want to voice my feelings and my concern and so this is it.

Made for More.

Made for More.

I was listening to a podcast recently where the host said "The world needs more storytellers, not more cheerleaders." I've been thinking a lot about that statement lately. What does it mean to be a storyteller instead of a cheerleader? Should we be both? I've looked around and seen my friends doing brave things. I'm [...]

Making Waves.

Making Waves.

No one really prepares you for the transition that happens from college to post-grad. I guess it's because it looks a little different for everyone. Some friends have started entry-level jobs; others have gotten married and moved across the country. Some have moved back to where they grew up. A handful are in grad school. [...]