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Thoughts in the 300's of the library nonfiction section

It’s really scary to look at a mental floss magazine and feel no interest- a small repulsion, to be honest- in reading it. Years ago, in middle and high schools, I’d have snapped up that periodical and devoured it from cover to cover, delighting in all the exciting facts smeared throughout eighty pages. 518 more words


New School Year, New School...

Where to begin? I guess at the beginning would be appropriate no? First of all sorry for the super late post, juggling life has been a priority the past few weeks but I wanted to share with y’all what it’s been like starting at a new school after being at Carleton for the past 4 years and loving every single second of it. 285 more words


Autograph Brasserie 

“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations.” -Oscar Wilde

Back in July, I presented my impressions of The Plantation, the contemporary American outpost of Fearless Restaurants in Long Beach Island, NJ.

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September Booklist

I can’t believe it’s the end of another month! Time is definitely flying by as a post-grad & I am enjoying the transition. Evenings and weekends are free of homework and I have time to focus on the things I want to do, without worrying about upcoming tests or projects. 251 more words


The Post Grad Struggle

4 years, sometimes 5, maybe 6, we spend in college working towards a degree to hopefully pave the way for a successful, fulfilling and enjoyable career. 356 more words

Why I'm Single

It always cracks me up when people ask me why I’m single. Mainly because people say it like it’s a plague or something. “You’re smart, attractive, down-to-earth, got a lot going for yourself, etc.” … 529 more words