When I think of fall, I think of the color gold. Golden leaves that surely must have sparked the chaos of miners searching for gold in these hills, because how could nature shine so brilliantly without the help of precious metals? When I think of fall, I think of aspen trees and windy … Continue reading A Colorado Autumn
This summer has been packed with a lot of working and lounging and whining about how there is nothing to do in L-town. Which, admittedly is probably our fault that we haven't gone out and found stuff to do, but summer is about being lazy. Right? So, when the L-town Pal (as we like to … Continue reading Be Boulder
Being stranded in Pennsylvania during Easter Break wasn't too bad! Especially when there's such a wonderful city close by to explore! Shoutout to Jenny for being my guide during my Philadelphia exploration in March!
BREAKING NEWS: we got snow. Ok, maybe this isn't all the shocking considering I had everybody and their mother ask me if I survived the blizzard of 2016 and I am happy to report that, yes, I am alive and well. I'm even wearing a dress today (although that has more to do with the … Continue reading Weather Report: Surviving Snowpocalypse
I think the hardest part about College, for me at least, it trying to make your dorm room feel like home. There are cinderblock white walls, a bed that isn't very comfortable, and the people next door have an entirely different definition of what constitutes as "good music". It's an adjustment to say the least. Now … Continue reading 9 Tips for Making Your Dorm Feel Like Home