I finally empathize with food bloggers and patients. For those who are unaware, these are two groups of people who are known for sharing their life story before getting to the good stuff, although I’m not sure what good stuff it is that you’re looking for here. I’ll present the recipe first, and if you’re … Continue reading Holy Crepe I’m an M2
Knoxville is a sweet little town on the Tennessee River. Everywhere you look, someone or something is dressed in orange and white, which was overwhelming at first, but has really grown on me. Being a mere 3 hours from Atlanta makes Knoxville great for a weekend trip destination. There is virtually no traffic by Atlanta standards … Continue reading Knoxville
I came across a post that said "I feel like I am constantly worrying about the next part of my life without realizing that I'm right in the middle of what I used to look forward to." Recognizing that this described my exact situation was a much needed wake up call. Although I've been working … Continue reading My Gastronomical Gap Year
Seeing people talk about their passions with a glimmer in their eyes and excitement in their voices warms my heart. It shows that they have things they care about enough to help them keep going. I've been lucky enough to meet some who have shared their passions with me. One found a love of running … Continue reading Passions
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
For my last spring break ever, I wanted to travel to a new city instead of working at the nail salon like I've been doing since 9th grade. I had been talking about Nashville for several months, but we somehow decided on Boston, Massachusetts. Lily and I semi-spontaneously booked our flight in the middle of … Continue reading Boston
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.