Since I did a first-year dorm tour post of the space I shared with my roommate, Shannon, last year, I thought it’d be only natural to do a sophomore dorm room tour, too. Some things are the same as they were in our room last year, but now that I have a single room as an RA, there are a few new additions to fill up the space. Here’s the
So, I just got the coolest package EVER. My grandpa, who’s kind of my soul twin, mentioned that I should expect a box in the mail sometime this week and to be sure to open it immediately. He told me this a couple different times as we talked on the phone throughout the week, which I thought was a little odd, but I assumed either
Happy Monday and hope you had a wonderful 4th of July weekend! I’ll be doing some traveling over the next 2 weeks and my posting may be a bit off (story of this crazy summer so far!) but in the meantime, I thought it’d be fun to play along and do the 4 things survey I’ve seen going around the blog world! I’d love for you to join
Hi, friends! Happy Wednesday! After my trip to New York last week, I thought it’d be fun to share my experience with one of the things for which NYC is most famous: the FOOD! Although New York is known for its pizza, cheesecake, hot dogs, etc. my food experience was pretty different from a typical tourist experience since the group I was with didn’t spend much time in the tourist-y parts
I’m back from New York! Overall, my New York City experience was probably very different from what a typical tourist experience would be like since my group didn’t spend much time in the tourist-y parts of Manhattan and instead spent every day in Brooklyn, but we did have one free day to explore the city on our own and we packed in as much sightseeing as possible.