Atlanta Weekend Travel Guide

This past weekend my boyfriend and I decided to extend my birthday and our weekend business trip to Atlanta by taking some extra time and finally seeing the city we spend so much time in.

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5 Easy Steps for Planning Your First Vacation Together

Taking a vacation together can be a great way for a couple to relax, unwind, and get to know each other better. It can also be a great way to test the waters if you are thinking about taking things to the next step and moving in together or getting married. But planning your first … Continue reading 5 Easy Steps for Planning Your First Vacation Together

7 Tips for Surviving College Finals

Regardless of it it is your first semester of college or your 10th it is always important to begin finals by spending some time analyzing how you will conquer them. Each semester of college brings a fresh start and every finals week gives you the opportunity to approach you last attempt at a semester with success with renewed motivation. Wether this is your first time taking college finals or you're just looking for a refresher on how to do you best here is the list of all of some of my favorite ways to succeed.

What Growing up in a Swing State Taught Me About Watching Trump Win

Coming of age in a swing state gives my post election guilt a different premise that I challenge everyoneĀ to think about regardless of who they voted for. What if I would have talked to 10 more people and convinced them to vote? What if of those 10 people one of them had been inspired enough … Continue reading What Growing up in a Swing State Taught Me About Watching Trump Win

Things You Can Only Do When You Are Single

Happy Valentines Day. If you believe in falling in love you might be having a cool day. If you have a significant other you are probably having a great day. If you are single you are probably writing hate mail to Hallmark. Before you down that second (or fourth) bottle of wine here is a … Continue reading Things You Can Only Do When You Are Single

Breaking into the Capitol and Getting Compared to ISIS

When I was a Junior in High School the Governor of Wisconsin decided he wanted to become world famous by destroying the state. In an attempt to strip Wisconsin unions of their Collective Bargaining Rights he managed to infuriate hundreds of thousands of teachers, nurses, firefighters, and police officers who used collective bargaining to attain pay raises, better working conditions, and adequate benefits packages. As a result the union members showed up on Governor Scott Walker's door step, and stayed there for weeks at a time.