• A Muggle’s Guide to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter

    January 16, 2018

    “DID YOU JUST SEE THAT?!” I scream as I walk into Diagon Alley for the first time and see the dragon breathing fire over the sea of people below. This is just one of many “fangirl” moments I’ve experienced while visiting the most wonderful place in Orlando, FL: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at…

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  • 8 Seriously Inspirational TED Talks for Twentysomething Women

    December 9, 2017

    If you’re like me, you’re constantly looking for new sources of inspiration. One of the best places I find inspiration is the TED platform. TED is a media organization that emphasizes spreading original ideas that are rooted in a variety of categories. These categories range from the sciences to business to self-help and everything in-between.…

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  • We Need to Talk About Fiona the Hippo

    July 17, 2017

    If you’ve been on the internet at all over the past few months, you’ve likely come across the majestic being that is Fiona the Baby Hippo. Fiona the Hippo is one of the newest residents of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden and holy cow people love her.  I’ve cried over how flawless Fiona is…

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  • Drinking Around Kentucky: The Bourbon Trail 2017

    June 19, 2017

    In Kentucky, there are more barrels of bourbon than there are people and horses combined. As you can guess, bourbon is kind of a big deal in Kentucky. The industry employs tens of thousands of Kentuckians, brings a ton of money into our state, and it makes for a good time. In 1998, the Kentucky…

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  • The Ultimate Guide to Nightlife on Nashville’s Broadway

    June 11, 2017

    Growing up in Western Kentucky meant growing up an hour away from one of the world’s best places: Nashville. I LOVE Nashville and going out in Nashville. In Nashville, people start their nights early, going out around 9 P.M. and leaving when the bars close at 2 or 3 A.M. This makes for long nights,…

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  • Her Life in Ruins Guide to Greece: Mainland and the Cyclades

    June 1, 2017

    Three years ago (!!!), I was in the middle of the greatest experience of my life: studying abroad in Greece. During my time in this breathtaking country, I explored the countryside, the cities, and the Aegean islands. Right now, Greece is the ideal destination for the budget traveler, as flights are cheap (check Momondo for…

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  • A Twentysomething’s Guide to Walt Disney World: Magic Kingdom

    May 29, 2017

    You might think Walt Disney World is for kids, but you are totally wrong. Disney is a magical place for all ages, but can be a bit much when going as a twentysomething. Fret not, I have created a 4 part series on surviving Walt Disney World in your twenties! Here, I present the perfect guide…

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  • Hail, Transylvania!

    April 28, 2017

    As many of you know, I am a proud graduate of Transylvania University. The faculty, staff, and student body embody acceptance, love, and support and make Transylvania home to everyone who enters into the community. Transylvania is where I became the intelligent, accepting, passionate person that I am today and I owe the school everything.…

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  • The Ultimate Harry Potter Bucketlist

    April 21, 2017

    If you’re a millennial, then you likely grew up reading the Harry Potter books, or at least watched the movies. The Harry Potter fandom in millennials is HUGE! If you’re reading this, you probably know which house you belong in and will become offended if anyone questions that status. There’s a good chance that you’re…

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  • Self Care Tips for When You Just Can’t Even

    April 12, 2017

    Being a twenty-something is hard work, especially if you are trying to balance multiple things at once – like school, work, traveling, finding time to sleep, having a social life…the list goes on and it gets exhausting! If you’re like me, you find yourself feeling burnt-out, running low on steam, or just feeling like you need…

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