The beauty in where you’re at.

Yesterday, I posted this status: To all my friends posting about their post-grad plans, congrats! And to all my friends who are still having trouble figuring that out, don’t worry. Finding a job is difficult and it’s not a race. Keep looking, keep applying and be patient. Things will work out the way they are […]

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Silhouettes.

I don’t particularly do well in times of transition. I mean, I get along fine. I push forward, I problem solve. It’s who I am. What I mean is, I don’t particularly do well in times of uncertainty. I’m a person with a plan. I like to know what my next step is, and for […]

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Peace out 2016.

Thank goodness it’s December 31st. Can I get an ‘Amen’? While there have been some significant lows in 2016, I’m thankful for the joy and growth that I’ve experienced. Here are a few noteworthy moments from my year. January. Visiting Washington D.C. Most powerful moment: Holocaust Museum Volunteering at the Cubs Convention. February. Mardi Gras in St. […]

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Guest Blogger: Enhance the Individual

I’m excited to introduce my first guest blogger! Etinosa and I were suitemates freshman year at Mizzou. She is amazingly talented and I wish I had half the fashion sense she does. One of my favorite things about Eti, besides her awesome girl boss attitude and confidence, is her sarcastic sense of humor! So with that, […]

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Next step: undefined.

The other day, my friend and I grabbed dinner and we got to talking about the next step. Our entire lives, we have been conditioned to work towards the next step. In middle school, we studied to get ready for AP classes and harder material. In high school, we worked hard to get a good […]

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22 is weird.

Last week I hated checking my social media. It was the first week back at school for Mizzou and I was definitely having some syllabus week FOMO. The excitement of moving in with your friends. The “random people you know but aren’t necessarily friends with, so you haven’t talked all summer, but still would give […]

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