Sending Greetings Made Simple with Paperless Post

Some claim the art of letter writing has been lost, but I think it's merely changed forms. I love sending my friends letters, but because most of them are in college or recent graduates, their mailing addresses change frequently and it's hard to keep up with them. You know what doesn't often change? An email … Continue reading Sending Greetings Made Simple with Paperless Post

What’s on My Radar

Law school work is quickly catching up on me. Here are a few things I found on the web this past week for some light reading: A question I ask myself often - what happens when I'm no longer impressive for my age? Article from Man Repeller A story about a ghostwriter and the truth … Continue reading What’s on My Radar

Two Story Coffee House

Macon doesn't have many good coffee spots. I like Starbucks as much as the next person, but there's something about a shop with personality that makes me feel more at home. Photo from: Style Blueprint My favorite coffee shop in Athens closed down right after I began my junior year. It was called Two Story, … Continue reading Two Story Coffee House

What I’m Up To

Happy July! Anybody else feeling like we're watching red, white, and blue on repeat recently? Go USA! If you haven't been keeping up with the news, the women's U.S. soccer team won the World Cup yesterday, defeating the Netherlands for the win! I'm not the biggest soccer fan, but I've tried to pay attention for … Continue reading What I’m Up To

Life As A Pioneer (AKA living as a millennial without a microwave)

As my roommates and I all move out to start our new adult lives our stuff has slowly began to disappear from our house. I'm currently sitting in a living room with a tv stand, but no tv, end tables, but no couch, curtain rods, but no curtains...you get the picture. Not throwing shade at … Continue reading Life As A Pioneer (AKA living as a millennial without a microwave)

My Mother, the Feminist

When people ask me where I get my stubborn sense of independence from, I always smile and say "I get it from my mom." Mothers tend to be complicated creatures, but they'll love you like no one else. I'm lucky my mother has given me all the opportunities she wishes she'd had growing up. When … Continue reading My Mother, the Feminist

Things I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Freshman Year Me

The best four years of my life are coming to a close this Friday. I'm graduating from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Psychology, with an emphasis in neuroscience, and a minor in Art History. I'll be heading off to Macon, Georgia in July to start law school at Mercer with a full … Continue reading Things I Wish I Could Go Back and Tell Freshman Year Me