My Highs and Lows of 2020

Cheers too 2021! As I settle into the year, I’ve been reflecting on 2020. While it was a wild ride (I’m trying to refrain from saying unprecedented times, but wild ride doesn’t seem to work either), I have to say that this period has proved to be a time of patience, growth, and learning. Maybe I say that as someone who has the privilege that I do, but I truly believe that you can’t experience the highs without the lows. Today, I wanted to take the time to reflect the highs and lows before I manifest for the coming year. Keep reading to find out more.

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What I Would Do If I Won a Million Dollars

Day 9, and since it’s Saturday, I thought I would take the time to give into my daydreams for today. According to The New York Times, the unemployment rate went to 14.7% this past April, which is the worst it’s been since the Great Depression. I am one of those unemployed people, and it’s a little discouraging to hear that number doesn’t show any signs of going down. To pull me out of the sad prospect of that, I wanted to let myself daydream as we slow-down on this lovely Saturday. If you want to travel with me down the hypothetical road of “what if” with me, keep reading.

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My Winter Weekend in Denver

The first time that I visited Denver, I fell in love with the city. It made me so excited to plan my return for this break. While both my trips were pretty different, I continue to be in love with the city that is Denver, Colorado. For today’s blog post, I wanted to share some of the highlights of my most recent trip.

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Do’s and Don’ts for SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration

I recently had the opportunity to explore SeaWorld, and what makes it better is that the Christmas Celebration was taking place while I was there. From my experience, here are some things you should do, and things you shouldn’t do, if you decide to go.

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4 Things I’m Looking Forward To

Another year has flown by, and it’s practically my favorite time of year again. It’s fall, and I thought I would start the season off by sharing four things that I’m looking forward to for the rest of the year.

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6 Summer Obsessions

The best thing about finally having blocks of free time not dedicated to school is that I finally get the opportunity to enjoy a few of the things that I normally wouldn’t give time to. These are some of my favorite things that I wish I had time for everyday.

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Her Conference: Empower Highlights

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.

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18 Accomplishments From This Year

As the year comes to a close, I always love to sit and reflect on the year. Every year comes with ups and downs, so it’s always important for me to learn from and be grateful for all the things that happened.

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Day 5: My First Club+Advice

Day 5 in Detroit was another quiet one, but I got to go out for my first night out and I learned a thing or two. I’m going to share my advice here.

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