Ok so the first day of fall was like two days ago, sue me. Hopefully that isn’t a sign of how this season is going to go, fingers crossed! This fall is a really special one for me, and I say that at the risk of sounding way too cheesy, but this really is a… Read More First Day of Fall Goals
The day after I moved in to my dorm in D.C. I was determined to find the perfect place to study. I hated the idea of just using my university library or the study room on the first floor of my building when I had a city full of great, free places just a metro… Read More Where to Study in Washington, D.C.
Read the title out loud, it rhymes! I LOVE coffee, especially when it comes from somewhere other than Starbucks or some other oversaturated chain brand. Not that there’s anything really wrong with Starbucks, I just prefer supporting local roasters, and in a place like D.C. they are everywhere. I also typically find that these places are… Read More Where to Get Coffee and Tea in Washington, DC
This past semester I was introduced to a magazine called Darling by a friend of mine. She had a bunch of lists taped to a wall in her bedroom with resolutions inspired by the magazine, and a cute little copy sitting on her coffee table. I was curious, so when I got home I took… Read More Darling Magazine: Pro-Women and Empowering
I’m not great at crafting, but I can get by. A few of these are DIY’s that I didn’t get around to, but plan on doing when I have a bigger space than half of a 13×13 foot dorm room to decorate. One of these is my way of bragging that I learned how to… Read More 5 Boho Apartment DIY’s
You can do some serious people watching by walking around the heart of Washington, D.C. From the Metro, to Georgetown, to Capitol Hill, the styles will range from a woman in a pantsuit to a college kid wearing ripped jeans and a bralette. Most businesswomen in this town aren’t too concerned with fashion or being… Read More Work Appropriate Trends that Caught My Eye This Week