I remember the summer before my senior year, sitting in front of my computer, aimlessly looking up colleges that I might want to apply to. I really had no clue what I wanted, and was basing most of my decision off of how pretty the campus was and whether or not I liked the school… Read More Questions to Ask Yourself Before you Pick a College
A little while back I wrote a post called Where to Get Coffee and Tea in Washington, DC, and I outlined all of my favorite coffee places that I’ve found during my time in DC. But I have let all of you, and myself, down. I missed one. And not just any one, but the best one.… Read More The Best Coffee Place in DC: Sweet Science
Recently I wrote a post about things to do in D.C. if you are not a tourist. However, I realize that the majority of you who read my blog don’t live in the district, so here’s a post about what to do if you’re a visitor and you only have a couple of days in the… Read More The Tourist’s Guide to a Weekend in Washington, DC
When I first moved to D.C. I was determined to find spots around my new home that weren’t typical tourist spots. The Washington Monument and the Smithsonian museums are incredible, but being a tourist for five months can get a little old. I googled everything trying to find a list similar to the one I’ve… Read More A Non-Tourist’s Guide to Washington, D.C.
This is probably a list you can find anywhere, but I don’t care, these are my favorites. 1. “Yes Please” by Amy Poehler Yes Please is one of my favorite books I’ve read. Amy Poehler is an incredible writer, and her stories are as witty and funny as you would expect them to be.… Read More 4 Female-Authored Memoirs to Read in College
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