Something about Scotland just bleeds and breathes inspirations. It infects your blood, your bones, your mind. Continue reading “Writing Underneath the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, Scotland”
Work’s been a circus (this month, I’ve read 5 novels, graded projects, edited essays, and made study guides and exams until I absolutely loathed the sight of Microsoft Word). However, there has been a light at the end of the tunnel.
I leave for London . . . today! I’ll be gone from June 16th to August 7th. 53 days. One girl. One backpack. Lots of adventures. Continue reading “A (Extremely) Minimal European Summer Packing List”
Florence is full of art. Some may debate that the entire city is a work of art. I’m definitely partial to that side of the argument. It also doesn’t take a lot of sifting through photos to discover why.
I was tagged by the wonderful Rebecca from Rebecca Goes Rendezvous to do the Christmas Tag!! Continue reading “The Christmas Tag!! 🎄🎁”
You’re heading to Paris, but you have no idea where to stay. Continue reading “Le Village Hostel Montmartre: Paris”
November is always one of those months that always acts like nothing important will happen . . . and then, like, all the important stuff happens at once. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2017 Update”
October might have not been a very extensive literary month, but I did manage to get a few good page turns in. Continue reading “Monthly Book Binge: October”
I love to take beautiful pictures when I travel. The world is so spectacular – it’s kind of impossible not to and there are days where I can’t wait to take out my camera and snap millions hundreds of photos. Okay, maybe not millions, but definitely a couple hundred. Continue reading “Why Some Of My Favorite Travel Photos Aren’t Ones I’d Ever Put In A Portfolio”
Don’t get me wrong, I love Riverdale. It’s filling the void left behind by the end of Vampire Dairies and the hiatus of Game of Thrones, but me and the writers very much have a love/hate relationship. Continue reading “10 Reasons To Watch Riverdale Even Though The Writers Seem To Pull Every Trick In The Book”