So yesterday was National Boyfriend Day, and I’m so grateful to have the wonderful boyfriend that I do. I’m willing to talk about him all day long, and I can do it with a smile on my face. Today’s blog post is inspired by this week’s The LadyGang: Quickie, where Keltie, Jac, and Becca all talk about the green flags in their relationships. It’s definitely more positive than red flags, so I thought I would do my own take on the matter.
After 5 years of podcasting, Keltie, Jac, and Becca have released countless hours of questionable advice, honest experiences, and endless laughs. For today’s post, I wanted to highlight my favorites in case you wanted to check them out. In no particular order, here are my 18 favorite LadyGang podcast episodes.
Today, I thought I would take the time and share what’s on my reading list during this self-quarantine. I’ll also be sharing other things you can do to fill your time, and how these things could be a little less lonely in a time when we’re trying to isolate ourselves.
You are only one thought away from a good feeling. -Sheila Krystal Between balancing career with family, along with financial burdens and love, it is easy to get swept up in the craziness that makes up everyday. The result is that it’s easy to lose you focus, lose your values, and lose your sense of […]
Her Conference is a conference that was started and is hosted by Her Campus. Her Campus is a media organization started by three amazing women from Harvard, designed for collegiate women, by collegiate women. Throughout my blog here, I’ve tried to syndicate some of the articles that I’ve written for Her Campus. This quick explanation does not even begin to cover how much this organization has impacted my college experience. Her Campus has led me to pressure my passion while introducing me to some amazing people, so to say that I was hyped about going to Her Conference would be an understatement.