I've had just about a month now to reflect over my few days spent in Morocco. Numerous coffee dates have offered me the chance to re-visit my travels and share what I have learned with friends. Other than food, one of the most asked questions is about what the people are like there.Read More
Through the pain and the tears, I finally had a good day. A good day that gave me enough hope to make it to the next. And then another. Now I'm thriving.Read More
In a world that demands "More!", can we be truly content with what we have?Read More
Six questions to examine your heart.Read More
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In the medical world, I have a mental illness.Read More
Through forgiveness comes freedom.Read More
I love my sorority sisters more than I let on.Read More
Being an adult is the hardest thing I've ever done.
Two weekends ago I turned 20, marking the end of my teenage years and sending me the shocking realization that my parents will pretty much be cutting me off within the next 730 days.Read More
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
Was Charles Dickens writing about a tumultuous 18th century France, or offering commentary on the simultaneously most loved and most hated holiday in the United States of America?Read More
Anyone who has experienced juggling 16 course hours, extracurricular activities, an internship, a social life and weekly grocery shopping can probably agree.
The pressures put on students by four-year universities is almost unhealthy. Trying to mix schoolwork, sleep and a social life is hard. And sometimes you just need a break.Read More