Lifestyle

Last Minute Holiday Dinner Guide

Having a holiday turkey or ham is a given, but preparing dishes to go with it requires some preparing and can be stressful! Every year my family makes the same dinner for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but this year I was in charge in the kitchen and decided to throw in some twists to our traditional dishes. Here is a last…

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Goal Planning

End of Year Productivity Tips

For many, this time of year means the end of summer, swimsuits get packed away, and summer travel plans are pushed to the back of the mind until next year. It also means deadlines and to-do lists that appear to get longer rather than shorter the closer we get to the last months of the year. For me, the end…

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Lifestyle

Halloween Activities for the Faint of Heart

Halloween may not be your favorite holiday. Maybe you’re like me and grew up on Elm Street and had siblings whose favorite Holiday is Halloween and they forced you to watch Nightmare on Elm Street as a child. Maybe haunted houses or haunted trails with masked getting in your face and scaring you is not enjoyable for you. Have no…

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Lifestyle

5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Internship

Do your research This is an important first step when trying to obtain any internship. You want to know what the organization’s mission is going into your interview as well as your first day. Find out what that organization does to uphold their mission. This is important prior to your interview so you know if this organization is a good…

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Travel

5 Activities to do in Washington, D.C. in the Fall

A year ago, you could have found me perusing Pinterest and Washington, DC based Instagram pages in hopes of finding all of the fun fall activities. I am from the Midwest where I am surrounded by corn mazes, pumpkin patches, apple orchards, and trees full of reds, oranges, and yellows. Over-sized sweaters, flannels, and boots are a staple in my…

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