My MeUndies Experience

Full disclosure, NO this is NOT sponsored, although I wouldn’t complain if it were! So obviously this isn’t my normal post. Why am I not posting about a book? Well, friends, because I’m a college student who doesn’t really have time to read but also when she does have time to read chooses extremely long […]

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Worst Workshop Experience EVER!!!

Hello all! For today’s post I thought I’d crack open the door a tiny bit and give you a quick glimpse at my life at my new school. Granted, this glimpse is kind of negative, but I promise it gets more positive at the end so just stay with me! Potential life lesson to be […]

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My Absence + Rambles

Wow, hey there guys. I’ll just cut to the chase; obviously I’ve been gone for a short while. Not GONE gone, just kind of not here. I’ve been a little active on my Twitter and I post every day of the week on my bookstagram, but my blog has been seriously suffering since school started. […]

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How I Buy My College Textbooks

You’ll probably see this and think, Why would I need to know how to buy textbooks? I have Chegg, I have Amazon, I have [fill in the blank]. I don’t use those resources to buy my books, though. The way I do it is the way most people advise NOT to do it, so of course I’d […]

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Internship Summer 2018: Wrap-Up

This summer I returned to Martin Engineering as a marketing intern. While my main focus is reading and writing and working in publishing, I think it’s important for everyone to know a little bit about marketing. I started this internship the summer of 2017 when I was planning on majoring in Interactive Digital Studies at […]

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Why We Gain Weight in College

Yeah, I know. Talk about being blunt, right? We all know it’s true. From my experience, it happens to E V E R Y O N E. It’s unavoidable, a necessary evil, an inevitable change we all go through. Yet it’s the elephant in the room, because no one wants to talk about their weight. I […]

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College Transfer

I transferred universities my senior year of college. I’m adding on an extra year of school (and racking up all the debt), but believe it or not it’s worth it. Here’s why.

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