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Weekend Reads 07

I hope everyone had a lovely week! I’ve been super busy with work and can’t believe how fast time flies in the real world. It’s already back to school time and it’s weird not going back… Anyways, even if I’m not at…

Inside the Weekend of a Highly Introverted Person

Weekends are my sanctuary. In my former life, I was definitely an old English grandma (or so I’ve been told, by numerous people on many different occasions), so naturally, my weekends are spent recharging my old soul and relaxing whenever…

Weekend Reads 06

Well hello again! It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of these. I haven’t been very good about planning ahead with this blog (something I’m working on!) so when I went to DC for the weekend, I didn’t have…

What Adventure Means to Me

I was reading an issue of Travel & Leisure over the weekend and something the Editor-in-Chief Nathan Lump said about adventure stuck with me: “Adventure isn’t about climbing Mount Everest—or it doesn’t have to be. It’s about doing something…

Girls Weekend in DC

Last Friday, I took a late train down to Washington DC to reunite with all of my roommates from senior year of Davidson. It was my first proper trip down to DC since 8th grade and the first time…

Weekend Reads 05

Oh, man, do I have a lot to share this week! Last week was a little light (and late), but this week is back on schedule and better than ever, filled with wonderful stories about powerful, inspiring women. Sheila…

Bastille Day in NYC

One of my NYC traditions (is it a tradition if I’ve only done it twice?!) is celebrating Bastille Day. Why, you might think, do I celebrate the French national holiday in NYC? New York City has a large French…

Weekend Reads 04

I hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July weekend/week! I spent it doing a lot of writing and relaxing, so nothing too special. But, it was very nice to have a four day weekend. I didn’t do too much…

Weekend Reads 03

Back for Week 3 of what you need to read this weekend! If you missed Week 1 or Week 2, it’s still not too late to check them out. Without further ado, this is what I loved reading this…