While going through my writing samples, I stumbled on a travel blog I started in college. It was my connection to my family as I ventured across the Atlantic. Recently, I took part in a ‘final expedition’ of sorts. A professor from my Travel Writing & Photojournalism Course emailed the class alumni to invite us on… Read More Sto Bene
When I moved home last year for the job at 7News, I knew a few things. I’d be broke. My desired career path is in journalism. Journalism. There’s a reason my mother wasn’t too thrilled when I decided to major in Journalism. I also knew I’d be living at home. My mother is happy to… Read More See you later, friend.
“Look for someone who matches your soul (not who completes it): someone who flows through life like you do; someone who shares your interests, values, outlook, routine, and so on.”….”No one else completes you. Period. People come in and out of our lives to share them with us, contribute, support us, and teach us, but… Read More “Look for someo…
I have a tendency to compose letters, in my head of course, to customers sitting at my table, or people sitting next to me on the train, or people texting me ridiculous things, or people walking dogs on the streeet… Such as… Dear Customer, Thank you for leaving me a penny with the heads up… Read More Dear ______,
“If you want to turn your life around, try thankfulness. It will change your life mightily.” -Gerald Good Last Thanksgiving I wore a little black dress and uncomfortable heels to a dark basement bar in New York City. Lights that looked like jars of fireflies hung from the ceilings, above a long slab of maple… Read More If you want to turn your life around, try thankfulness.
Happy November!! November means a lot of things to me. It means Christmas music. No shame. It means Christmas movies. Yeah, still, no shame. It means pumpkin pie. It means leaves of all different colors. It means that 11:11:11 is happening. Which is just going to be a good day, I’m sure. There’s that whole… Read More NaNoWriMo
And sometimes, the only choice we have, is to hold on tight.