Snapshots from Atlanta, Georgia

I fell in love with another city last week–Atlanta, Georgia. The city was more beautiful than I expected, and had so much fun exploring and taking photos. So enjoy this photo dump below of my trip.

I’ll have a few more blog posts coming up about what to pack for Atlanta in the spring, and where to go, so keep an eye out for those!

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15 Spring Outfits

Spring can be a weird season because one day it could be snowing and freezing, while the next day it’s sunny and warm (and all of the melting snow is starting a flood). Which basically means that you need to be ready for everything.

I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite outfits for spring. As you can see, there is a lot of variety here with warm weather and cold weather clothing. My favorite spring looks include stripes, florals and embrodiery.

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Last Minute Valentine’s Day Outfits

Valentine’s Day may be highly commercialized, but it’s still fun to show some extra love and have an excuse to wear red and pink or anything with hearts on it. Not to mention the candy.

I’ve rounded up a few *casual* outfits that help you subtly show your love for V Day.

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What’s in My Bag

I can be gone on school days for hours, so I always make sure I have everything I may need for the day in my backpack. I hate forgetting things, especially if I have a long day ahead of me. I’m always making lists of what I need to bring with me and leaving sticky notes around my room to make sure I have everything. So I created this list to help other college students not forget any essentials either.

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Winter Reads

Winter is such a great time for reading–being warm in bed with a book while snow falls softly outside, or curling up on the couch under a thick blanket while velvet flames crackle in the fireplace.

Winter break for us college students allows us more time to read, although I am excited to be able to read more after graduating, since there’ll be no homework left to do.

I’ve rounded up the books I’ve read so far this winter (some fall ones too), what I’m currently reading and what’s next on my list.

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Growing Up With Anxiety

I used to think that being anxious was just a part of my personality, that it was a flaw in who I was and I would never be able to get away from it. I thought I would eventually grow out of it, but it never happened.

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Improving Your Night Routine

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Since I am not a morning person, which was established in my recent blog post about my morning routine, I do more at night to prepare for the next day (or if it’s Sunday, for the next week).

During the summer, I’m a lot more lax about my night routine, but during the school year, my Night Routineā„¢ is very important and I do everything in my power to stay on track with it, even at 2 a.m. when I’m coming home from a night out.

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This is How I Roll

I’m all for a t-shirt that says something funny. I was surprised to find this shirt at J. Crew Factory, and since I also love sushi, I knew it was meant to be.

One thing I wanted to bring up is the struggles of being a people pleaser. Yes, I am also one. Even though I will stand up for what’s right, even if it means upsetting someone, I also just want people to get along and be happy. For example, I love making people laugh. I live off of the tiny burst of adrenaline I get from making someone laugh or smile. I eat laughter for breakfast.

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What I Wish I Knew My Freshman Year of College

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As a senior in college (already?!?) I feel like my freshman year happened a super long time ago, and at the same time I feel like I was a freshman in college yesterday. Every year of my college experience has been really different, and every year I’ve grown an incredible amount.

I feel like this is not just about what I wish I knew my freshman year of college, but also what I wish I knew when I was 18 and just starting to get a feel for the real world.

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Where to Go in Nashville

Where to Go in Nashville

There’s a ton of cool things to do in Nashville, Tennessee. From spending time outside in a state park to hitting up Broadway at night, you won’t easily get bored.

There’s also plenty of free things to do too, which is perfect for people traveling on a tight budget, like my friends and I did.

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