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How to Fight Burnout and Find Inspiration

We’ve all been there: Looking at your laptop with nothing to type.  Reading your full agenda with no motivation to start your to-do list.  Laying in your bed with no end in sight to senseless scrolling through social media.  And it doesn’t bother you—and then it bothers you that it doesn’t bother you. I get… Continue reading How to Fight Burnout and Find Inspiration

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Round Trip Roundup: JANUARY

This month was a whirlwind to say the least.  From staying in Atlanta for a hot sec' to living it up in New York City, I didn't have many moments to spare.  I'm honestly out of breath thinking about everything I did this month!  That being said, here is my top 5 for the month:… Continue reading Round Trip Roundup: JANUARY

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Round Trip Roundup: DECEMBER

"How am I supposed to slow it down so I can figure out who I am?"  This Judah & the Lion lyric resonates with me greatly looking back on this past month, semester and year overall.  It's true what they say about life getting faster the older you get.  Here's a quick recap on the… Continue reading Round Trip Roundup: DECEMBER

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When Your Year Wasn’t What You’d Hoped For

Think about where you were 365 days ago.  When I think about where I was one year ago, the wind gets knocked out of me; that person just seems so much younger, more inexperienced and less mature—and it’s true.  Reflecting on this year is quite the workout.  I lived in Toulouse, France for the summer… Continue reading When Your Year Wasn’t What You’d Hoped For

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How to Translate Your Love of Travel to Your Workspace

Ah, the constant battle between your 9 to 5 and those two weeks of vacation each year.  While most of us can't quit our day job to travel, we can take our love of travel to the office or school.  Here are three ways to bring your love of travel into your workspace: This is… Continue reading How to Translate Your Love of Travel to Your Workspace

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Confidence: Challenge & Choice Part 2

“You can join the conversation if you’d like,” the French woman told me as we walked the streets of Toulouse, France.  I’d been silent for awhile, smiling and nodding and hoping for my dear life that no one would ask me a question in French.  I felt defeated and discouraged.  I hated speaking in French… Continue reading Confidence: Challenge & Choice Part 2

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Gratitude: Challenge & Choice Part 1

Blankets wadded up on my bed, stray granola bar wrappers on my dresser, an untouched agenda hiding under a pile of clothes on the floor.  That’s my life right now; chaos, stress, trashy.  But it’s real, it’s me.  (Is it normal that Mitchie from Camp Rock is coming to my mind right now?) I itched… Continue reading Gratitude: Challenge & Choice Part 1