Weekly Reads: Heartless

September 11, 2021 0

With all of the movies coming out about Disney villains, I was searching for a fantasy book to read and came across “Heartless” by Marissa Meyer. “Heartless” is the untold […]

Weekly Reads: Ordinary Grace

September 5, 2021 0

“The dead are never far from us. They’re in our hearts and on our minds and in the end all that separates us from them is a single breath, one […]

Weekly Reads: In an Instant

August 25, 2021 0

“Don’t just try to be happy when you think of me — be happy. Look at the ocean and smile. Inhale the scent and celebrate. Remember me. Remember that I […]

Weekly Reads: Out of the Easy

August 2, 2021 0

TRIGGER WARNING: Sexual abuse/assault, trauma “Sometimes we set off down a road thinkin’ we’re goin’ one place and we end up another. But that’s okay. The important thing is to […]

Surviving College with Pets

August 2, 2021 0

College introduces enough financial struggles of its own. With the cost of schooling, food, transportation and housing, who can find enough financial relief to afford a pet? Although pets may […]

College Cooking: Chocolate Madeleines

August 2, 2021 0

Summer is not the best season for baking. But sometimes you’re still craving a light-on-the-stomach baked good. Madeleines are an airy dessert similar in taste to a miniature cake. In […]

College Cooking: Egg-cellent Tips

July 26, 2021 0

Most people use chicken eggs on a regular basis, whether it be for breakfast or in a pastry. Eggs are high in protein which is healthy when ingested in limited […]

Weekly Reads: Every Last Word

July 26, 2021 0

“Still, I can hear this one thought hiding in the dark corners of my mind. It doesn’t attack like the others, but it’s frightening in a totally different way. Because […]

College Cooking: Avocado Salad

July 19, 2021 0

Avocados are a heartfelt and simply delicious superfood. They are full of vitamin C and vitamin E as well as omega-3, magnesium and potassium. Avocados can help with weight loss […]

My Life With Anxiety

May 29, 2021 0

The bell rings. I run.  I get to the door of my next class and stand there, arm outstretched. I pause. I try to will my arm to move but […]

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