In a wildly political time, I would like to encourage all of you to take a step back and question your morals.
As I approach year 23, I decided to list all things I want to complete turning 30. What better way to be held accountable than posting it on the internet for everyone to see?
It's 2020- People are being forced to face issues like mental health and racism. People are coming together, acting as voices for one another.
A good mentor can transform your outlook on obstacles you may face in your path.
In my, and I'm sure many other intellectuals' opinion, Mean Girls is one of the greatest movies of all time. So it comes as no surprise that my favorite quote comes from Tina Fey herself.
It might not be the first question, but it's always in the top 5... How's school going? What are you planning to do with your degree? Are you seeing anyone special? Blah blah blah...
The summer in Seattle was one for the books. It was the summer of self discovery, a badass internship, exploring the PNW, and most importantly, getting to know some of the greatest people I have ever met.
I have been a pushover for as long as I can remember, but this last year I have gotten really good at using my new favorite word -- NO.
At an early age we're taught to trust our gut. Your fight or flight responses are an innate part of decision making, but sometimes you have to think past your gut and think mind over matter. Embracing what makes you scared or uncomfortable is the fastest and most effective way to promote self growth.