a collection of european ramblings: poetry, journals, photos, and more

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I spent the better half of July traversing countries an ocean away from my home...aka I was in Europe. If I'm being honest, I never thought I would get the chance to see outside of the US until I potentially studied abroad in college at the age … Continue reading a collection of european ramblings: poetry, journals, photos, and more

why i’m vegetarian + what it has to do with the climate crisis

I've been vegetarian for almost 6 months now and it’s been...well, pretty normal, if I’m being honest. I’ve been vegetarian during the summer in the past, but at the beginning of 2019 I decided that it was time for me to become a full-time vegetarian. This switch was no different than when I had switched … Continue reading why i’m vegetarian + what it has to do with the climate crisis

a 10-step, (mostly) foolproof plan to making this summer the best yet

My last day of sophomore year was today and that means... IT"S OFFICIALLY SUMMERTIME!! I'm excited to start working towards my summer goals and focus more of my time and energy on my passion projects like this blog and Faces of Feminism. Earlier this week, I asked for blog post requests on my Instagram story … Continue reading a 10-step, (mostly) foolproof plan to making this summer the best yet

music to listen to with your windows down: summer 2019 playlist

There comes a moment in May, sometimes earlier, when the idea of summer and hits and becomes fully enticing. The days get warmer, the sun beats down harder, and the music is louder as anticipation of something great sets in. Summer is special, especially for students, as it is a long break from days of … Continue reading music to listen to with your windows down: summer 2019 playlist