Monthly Archive: February, 2014

Pain is Gain…right?

So after a three week hiatus I am returning to the gym today. I wish that I could say that I am so excited and can’t wait to start reaching my fitness goals… Continue reading

The U. S. of A.

Ever since I was a kid I had the goal to travel to all 50 states. I thought it would be better to start small rather than hope to travel to all 7… Continue reading

Future Posts

When deciding to start a blog my reasons were simple. I have so many thoughts going through my head that I needed a place where I could write them down and make sense… Continue reading

Boy Crazy

Friday I’m In Love Growing up my parents always made fun of me for being boy crazy. It all started when I was two years old and attending a daycare down by the… Continue reading

30 Before 30

Laying (lying?) on my couch trying to fight a cold, covered in a blanket with The Best of Late Night Special playing in the background of my sunlit living room (San Diego in… Continue reading

Plans for the Motherland

  I am literally counting down the days (83) until I get on a plane with my best friend and spend a month in Europe. It is going to be such an amazing… Continue reading

Jacob Jeffries: Crazy Under the Moon

This is one of my favorite songs from the Jacob Jeffries Band. My last post is about them so go read it and check them out! You can thank me later.  

Music Spotlight: Jacob Jeffries Band

My last trip to New York City was not lacking in new experiences and talented people. From seeing multiple live artists, a show on broadway, and attending the interactive film noir Sleep No… Continue reading

Daily Prompt: I Did It My Way

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/11/daily-prompt-my-way/ At 18 years old you think you know what the rest of your life is going to look like, but let’s be real, for the majority of newly graduated teenagers this is… Continue reading

I don’t want kids, and that’s okay.

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about my future and what it has in store for me. My mind wanders to six months from now, three years from now, ten years from now.… Continue reading