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Health&Wellness Mental Health

Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

April 4, 2018

This week has been rough, and it’s only Wednesday. Over the past year, I’ve worked extremely hard to manage my anxiety and self-hate. I take my vitamins and eat well and write in my guided journals and repeat little mantras of love to myself during the day. Usually, I feel fine. I feel stable, happy, and balanced. And then there are days like today. I was anxious from…

Adventures Eats Life

Spring Break in NYC

March 23, 2018

Two weeks ago I was on spring break in New York City for my senior year showcase. It’s been a little while, but I’m FINALLY getting back on track enough to post pictures! I ate so much good food and spent a whole lot of time with friends. The only thing missing was some heat and sun. But hopefully that will come soon! Showcase I showcased with a…

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The Best Butter Coffee Ever

March 16, 2018

As almost everyone knows, I love a good food trend. And the most recent trend I’ve been dying to try is grass-fed ghee coffee, or butter coffee. What’s Ghee? Ghee is a kind of clarified butter. It has been known to have several health benefits. Ghee, when used well, is known to boost your metabolism as well as strengthen your bones, due to its high calcium content. What’s…

Life Love&Stories

Couldn’t Care Less

February 23, 2018

Commitment is a scary thing. I used to go so far as to say that it was the thing that I was the most afraid of. Committing to someone meant that I was, in a way, bound to them. It also meant that I could be hurt. So I spent a lot of my time building up my walls and keeping myself safe out of fear that I…


I And You

February 13, 2018

A week ago, my director, Judy, said to me, “I think that sometimes we do plays at points when we need them.” I think she’s right. For the past month, I’ve been in rehearsal for a two person play called I And You, written by Lauren Gunderson. When I found out in November that I had been cast, I was shocked, ecstatic, and a little terrified. Yes, there…

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Eat Well, Live Well

February 1, 2018

Over winter break, I decided that upon my return to Boston, I would start a new diet. Originally, this idea came out of my dislike of my own body–definitely not the best way to think about food. I went back and forth with myself about what I could and could not eat, what to limit, what to absolutely avoid. A week before I hopped back to Boston, I…


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