How to Find The Most Suitable Fitness Routine (and LOVE it)

How to Find The Most Suitable Fitness Routine (and LOVE it)

As a competitive athlete growing up, fitness has always been integrated into my life. Whether it was on the ice or on the tennis court, I was always doing some sort of physical activity for a few hours a day, which I miss…a lot. Since those years have passed and now I’m starting this “adulthood” life as a recent college graduate, I’ve had to learn how to be self-disciplined on my own with making time for my workouts and figuring out which types made me enjoy the fitness journey the most. I’ve shared a few of my personal tips on how I did it and which workouts I found best suitable for me. Continue reading “How to Find The Most Suitable Fitness Routine (and LOVE it)”

Exploring DC Like a Local with Kimpton Hotels

Exploring DC Like a Local with Kimpton Hotels

Ever since graduating this past May, I have been doing a deep dive on where I want to be spending my time for the next few years. The only move I’ve ever done was moving from a small rural town in Pennsylvania to a large suburban city in Orange County, California. Since then, I’ve considered what it would be like living in an actual big city, like Manhattan, NY or Washington, DC. I decided to do a quick little pit stop at both cities during my time on the East Coast after traveling to Europe and spent a full weekend in DC (trying to be) like a local with Kimpton Hotels.  Continue reading “Exploring DC Like a Local with Kimpton Hotels”

3 Things I’m More Grateful For Post-Europe

3 Things I’m More Grateful For Post-Europe

They say traveling is good for your mental health and for learning new experiences. Well, not only is that true, but sometimes, it can make you feel more gratitude for things that seem so basic in your everyday life. After reflecting on my incredible time in Stockholm, Amsterdam, and Hamburg, I internally realized that I feel more grateful for three specific aspects in my life. Continue reading “3 Things I’m More Grateful For Post-Europe”

Why I Ask Men for Advice

Why I Ask Men for Advice

Who’s opinion are you usually seeking when asking for advice? As a female myself, this is not to degrade my own gender, but to rather give an insight on my personal experience with receiving successful advice and opinions, some that have helped strengthen my strategic and logical thinking today. It’s important to understand who we are asking for opinions, because often times, many people have a personal bias and this will cloud their ability to answer with clarity and truth. So here is why I typically ask my close male friends for advice… Continue reading “Why I Ask Men for Advice”

How to Figure Out Life in College

How to Figure Out Life in College

The best four years of our life, they say. But for most, it’s more like the first 2-3 years are the best and Senior year hits and you realize this is the last time you can get crazy drunk at a frat party and wake up hungover every other day. Or better yet, you realize you have to just get your fucking shit together and find an “adult” job before graduation hits. So this post is for all of us college kiddos, figuring out life, but actually just ignoring the responsibilities of being an adult until mid-Senior year hits.  Continue reading “How to Figure Out Life in College”