Routine Resolutions

Dear Reader, Over the summer, I had a busy travel schedule and made trips to New York, the UK, the West Coast, and even Iceland. With the change in time zones, crazy schedules, and totally utter exhaustion, I took the summer as a time to overindulge on all fronts. While a piece of cake here... Continue Reading →

Still Remembering

Dear Reader, Eighteen years ago I was lucky enough to be far away from the events of 9/11. On September 11th, 2001, I felt very sick that morning and didn’t go to school. I stayed home all day and watched Nick Jr. as the rest of the country and the world got a shock. I... Continue Reading →

Waiting Game

Dear Reader, Everyone must wait. Like it or not, waiting seems to be an unfortunately time-consuming and necessary part of the human experience. Whether it’s standing in line for the bathroom, sitting at a table in a fancy restaurant, or refreshing our email for a college acceptance letter, waiting happens and happens often. Everytime I... Continue Reading →

Drink Me

Dear Reader, I bet you are dehydrated right now as you read this. Statistics are in my favor on this one, as 75% of Americans (and I’m sure others too) are chronically dehydrated. When I was sick (I had a cold last week), my most prominent symptom was a dry mouth. I would drink a... Continue Reading →

A Map in Time

Dear Reader, You can learn a lot about someone by the way that they approach a problem. This past summer my boyfriend and I hosted friends over for drinks on two occasions. The first time we hosted three people, a couple and a single guest that were acquaintances of mine, and the second time we... Continue Reading →

Ordinary Moments for Adventure

Dear Reader, Today I undertook the not-so-glamorous task of getting my out-of-state driver’s license converted into a Massachusetts one. To do this you need two proofs of residency (bills, paychecks, leases, etc.) and proof of lawful presence in the U.S. (passport, birth certificate, etc.). I also opted to get a REAL ID (which is necessary... Continue Reading →

Read and Listen

Dear Reader, When was the last time you read a book beginning to end? I mean a solid, rectangular thing that takes up space in your backpack and compels you to manually turn every page. I, personally, am very into audiobooks right now and cannot remember the last time that I read (rather than listened... Continue Reading →

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