China Diaries: A Day In The Life

It snowed today! Trenton and I woke up to snow flurries falling from the sky. I walked out onto my balcony and saw white roof tops and the park in the distance drizzled with a spritz of snowy magic. Part of me wanted to spend the day snuggled up inside, away from the cold, but […]

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Airport Goodbyes & How We Almost Got Arrested in Beijing

Welp we’ve landed in East Asia! Since boarding that first plane out of Orlando everything has been a blur. We spent New Years Eve at Trenton’s parents house and my sister, Katie, my best friend Heather, and my mom came over to keep us company while we finished getting everything together. At 3 AM we […]

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The Shocking Truth About Being A Blogger- And Why I’m Refocusing

This month marks my blog’s one year anniversary! My very first post was a throwback to my trip to Paris– and since then, my blog has come a long way. I didn’t post much in the beginning, but around April I started to get the hang of the whole blogging thing and started writing posts […]

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5 Secrets To Dressing Like a French Woman

The French have always been known for their chic, effortless style. Their fashionable, yet timeless look is enviable to many, so it only makes sense that we should look to them for style inspiration. When we think Parisian style, we often think of women wearing berets and breton stripes with a baguette in hand. However, […]

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Pumpkin White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Now that fall is in the air, it’s time for pumpkin EVERYTHING! What better way to celebrate fall than by baking some scrumptious pumpkin white chocolate chip cookies?! These treats are simply fantastic. Pumpkin plus white chocolate equals perfection. And it’s super easy to make. First, mix all the ingredients together and drop the batter […]

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5 Fall Activities For The Twenty Something Girl

As kids, finding activities do in the fall was super easy. We went to pumpkin patches, completed Pilgrim-themed art projects in school, jumped in leaf piles, and baked cookies with our mommas. Flash forward to adult life and going to pumpkin patches is entirely anti-climatic, art projects can be difficult, jumping in leaves will give […]

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The Smart Girl’s Guide to Becoming a Published Writer

So you’re wanting to know how to become a published writer? Exactly one year ago I was wondering the same thing. That is, until an old friend of mine shared an article online that she had written. A for-real published article on a big name reputable website. Not only that, but this girl was younger […]

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