I’m going through a quarter-life-crisis and that’s okay. And no, I’m not crazy- it’s a sociological thing. 20-something seniors, graduates, and beyond trend towards this common dilemma of “what on Earth am I doing with my life” moment and some change, some don’t. Sure enough, I’ve recognized my crisis-crazed state for a good long time now but am only finally coming to this conclusion: it’s okay to change it up- it’s okay to succumb to […]
Hello Lovelies, Today I caught myself thinking the most DANGEROUS unhealthy thought and I thought that I’d give it a share. In fact, it’s so unhealthy I’m kind of ashamed- but not so ashamed that I’ll hide it. Welp. Here goes: Yesterday Jake (my loving, wonderful, and oh so blessed with heavenly abs boyfriend) bought me cake. And not just any cake: Chocolate Turtle Fudge Cake. Like the kind they sell in squares at Lunds […]
It’s closing in on the time of the year when college kids begin to flock back to campus after a summer of friends, fun, and far-away adventures. And, just like New Year’s resolutions, most of us resolve to change something for the imminent school year- hopefully, this list inspires you too.
Have you ever wondered what people aren’t telling you before you get to college, especially about the largest part: the other sex? Here’s a couple of shush-shush things that I’d want freshman me to have known three years ago- enjoy.
This is the reflection of a social work student on the tail-end of junior year field work, classes, and chaos. Here’s to acknowledging the true values and importance of our profession and making the world a better place, one tiny little step at a time.
I could say that I’m an experienced weight-lifter (haha no), but that’d be a seasoned stretch of the imagination. However, I’ve been heavily lifting since December 2015- approximately 1.5 years ago. Thanks to my super athletic, form-critical, and lovingly protective boyfriend, I’ve learned how to properly challenge myself and make sure that I’m not feeding any future injuries with unhealthy habits.
You know who you are. You know because we’ve laughed together, yelled from room-to-room together, crawled in each other’s beds together, and always over-analyzed boys together. This one’s for you.