Living in New York City isn’t like anywhere else in the world, sometimes. Although minute in size and scale on a geographical map, this ‘island’ is full of wondrous opportunity, diversified culture, and immense awareness.
Today at church during our Earth Day celebration, some of the church officials stood in the balcony at the end of the service and threw down 2 giant inflatable globes while the whole congregation sang We’ve Got The Whole World in Our Hands. Sometimes, I’m so liberal I can’t even stand it. Per one of the globes hitting an [...]
First of all, what am I supposed to do with all of these emotions stirred by the latest episode of New Girl? In my active list of fandoms, Nick and Jess are my OTP. Never forget Ron and Hermione (may they rest, xoxo).
Have you ever been in one of those small pools where they [...]
The other day, I came across an article – Today Is Not The Future. The article talks about the Back To The Future hoax that sweeps the web every few months. Basically, someone from your high school graduating class posts an incorrectly edited picture of the Delorean’s dashboard on Facebook and makes you think [...]
Once upon a time when I was a mere 20 year old, I had a sorority sister tell me how different it was when you got out of college. How all of your sisters started to meet guys and pair off, walking out of your life one by one, never [...]
Well, this is going to be an interesting post.
When I was thinking about what to write this month, the theme being “Thankful,” I started to think about all of the things I was thankful for. My family, my amazing array of friends, coffee, my co-workers, my job, sweet potato fries, books, when I get [...]
Lately I’ve been thinking.
Dangerous, I know. But when you enter the can’t eat-can’t-sleep-what-am-I-going-to-do-with-my-life phase of the post graduate freak-outs, you can’t help but look for the next step. But I’m always wondering what’s next. I love my job, and I’m not leaving tomorrow, but I have been going to the same office for more [...]
I’m sitting in my apartment wrapped in a blanket, eating leftover potato soup and drinking wine, my Slakin and Co. Leaves candles burning. Does it really matter if it’s only 70 degrees outside? There’s still a slight chill in the air, so I’m good, right?
When seasons mark themselves in such a defined way, [...]
When most Sigma Kappa alumnae decide to volunteer with the National Organization after graduation, they sign up to help with formal recruitment or as a member of the advisory board for their local chapter. But there is another AMAZING volunteer opportunity that awaits them — corporation board!! As a National Corporation liaison, I have the privilege [...]
My friend Sarah recently watched the entire series of Friends for the first time.
This was interesting to me because Friends is my favorite TV series of all time. I remember watching it on TV with my parents, safely securing Thursday nights to sit on the couch and see what Monica, Chandler, Ross, Phoebe, Rachel and Joey were [...]
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