Thinking of the Future: College Applications and Questioning Myself

For the past few months without fail, once the clock hits 11:30 pm and I’m in the state before sleep where all existential crisis come to a head (you know the state where you question every choice you’ve ever made that’s led you to this moment), I think about college. More specifically, I think about … Continue reading Thinking of the Future: College Applications and Questioning Myself

How to Stay Sane while Learning from Home During COVID-19!!

In the past week since I’ve posted here on the blog, life has shifted rapidly for all of us as Coronavirus has placed us on social distancing here in the US and shut down some of your countries. This reduced the majority of us who are students to online schooling from home. I’ve been eLearning … Continue reading How to Stay Sane while Learning from Home During COVID-19!!

My Experience Working on a Political Campaign as a Teenager!

I’ve been absent from the blog for a hot minute, and although the majority of my absence is due to junior year absolutely MURDERING my free time, it also is due to my avid volunteering on the Pete Buttigieg 2020 presidential campaign. I’ve chatted about my experience doing so on Instagram stories and with a … Continue reading My Experience Working on a Political Campaign as a Teenager!

my multiple personalities go to new york fashion week: a lookbook

Woohoo, it's Saturday! That means it's time for another addition to my currently sporadic posting schedule! As many of my fellow fashion lovers know, New York Fashion Week was last week which means exciting runway shows, but also even more exciting street style. The most inspo I get from NYFW comes from the models, celebs, … Continue reading my multiple personalities go to new york fashion week: a lookbook

Be Accepted: How to do the College Process Right as a High Schooler

A couple weeks ago, I started my junior year of high school. Exciting, right? Well, junior year means seeing my friends every day again, but it also means harder classes, more homework, practicing for and taking the SAT. All of this is getting me prepared for one thing: the college application process. Although I’m not … Continue reading Be Accepted: How to do the College Process Right as a High Schooler