While my college days are over, there are bits and pieces of advice that I wish I knew going in – taking challenging classes is one of them!
Personally, I love feeling updated about current events – whether it’s pop culture, M&A’s, or politics. My grandpa always told me to read the Wall Street Journal.
I like to imagine that each month has its own personality, and I felt the need to find the appropriate color.
Season 2 is out – Jen Harding is still my spirit animal and Judy Hale is still the most annoying and infuriating character ever. There’s my recap!
While I’m still relatively new to owning and creating a blog, I do have several tips I’d like to share. I’ve always wanted to start my own blog and I’m so happy that I did!
I wanted to make a post about unarguably, beautiful things we should appreciate a tad more. With all the weird circumstances taking place, I was inspired to write this in hopes of feeling more gratitude towards the little things.
It has recently been brought to my attention there are these things called Enneagrams! It is a 9-personality model designed to help us understand the different personality types and how we can learn to empathize with others.
I’ve binged my fair share of Netflix shows, and thanks to inspiration from a friend, I’ve categorized them for you based off moods.
Yes, this is an actual thing! I’ve done my fair share of research and due diligence on this topic, and I’ve found one website that has actually worked for me.
Exciting news! E is for Extra has officially been online for 30 days (originally published April 2, 2020) and I have learned a TON.