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“5 Ways to Customize Your Presents”

“5 Ways to Customize Your Presents”

We all know that feeling of despair when we can’t quite decide what to buy for that person in our life who seems to have everything. What do I get for my dad, who is the simplest human, or for my sister, who has that quirky taste I can’t seem […]

Rinse and Repeat

Rinse and Repeat

Some things you just know: the sky is up, chicken minis taste like heaven and everyone sounds better in the shower. One night, my roommate Brooke was about to make the trek to our community bathroom for her shower. We had just been playing our ukuleles together and she asked […]

YaYa is on the right

The Travel Bug

Ever since I can remember, I have craved adventure. Whether it’s getting lost in a foreign city or meeting new people, being able to dive right in is exhilarating.  I can thank my YaYa (grandmother” in Greek) for this streak of spontaneity.   If you were wondering, I have absolutely […]

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I Did College Wrong

I walk into the classroom on the first day of college and pick a random desk to sit at. No one really knows each other so it’s awkwardly quiet until the teacher breaks the ice. “Let’s go around the room and introduce ourselves. Say where you’re from, what your major […]

My Nomadic Family’s 22 Moves
Photo Courtesy: Jade Moffett My Nomadic Family's 22 Moves

My Nomadic Family’s 22 Moves

My Nomadic Family’s 22 Moves My mom has always called us a family of nomads, moving from place to place at a moment’s notice. We’re so nomadic that we’ve moved 22 times and I haven’t even had my 20th birthday yet. Hopping in and out of the United States, I’ve […]

I Know I’m the Only One

I Know I’m the Only One

I’m an athletically-gifted, lazy and overachieving kid all at once. How? I’m an only child. Crazy, right? I like to think that my mother felt I was too perfect and didn’t want to add another kid, but the truth burns like no other. She was in labor for 36 hours […]