This season's sentiments seemed as though they were mainly dictated by the release of various musical singles. Though it didn't technically begin until June 6, Memorial Day weekend always marked the beginning of summertime in my mind. Kygo had recently released "Freedom" and it was first truly free day I had all year. I had … Continue reading Soundtrack of My Summer
Last week, I volunteered to help a high school classmate with a photoshoot for her work, and was told that I'd be paid in love and beer. In my excitement to help out one of my favorite breweries and be in the city, I forgot how much hands were involved in beer photography. I've always … Continue reading Love Ur Body
My favorite month of the year is finally here. In my mind, June has always meant freedom. It's a nostalgic time when the days get longer, the lightening bugs come out, and the weather gets warm enough for those lovely evening strolls. As I grew up, more and more responsibilities stood between me and the … Continue reading Just Breathe
The cramming of stuffing and other Thanksgiving goodness has been replaced with the last minute cramming of material before the semester's end. I've done my fair share of studying this summer, so I've compiled a list of some of my favorite study spots in case you were looking for a change in studying scenery. Ebrik … Continue reading Atlanta’s Coziest Coffee Shops for Studying
I thought my doughnut phase ended a while ago, but recently they've popped up in conversation. It started with a video about Ohio's 80 mile doughnut trail. You can grab a passport at any of the 12 shops along the trail, and once you collect stamps from 11 out of 12 locations, you get a … Continue reading Doughnut Fiendin’ at Five Daughter’s
Not filling physically, but very filling emotionally.