twenty three life lessons

  Trust that you are not lost during the transitionary periods of your life. Feel your feelings. Cry when you’re sad. Digest your frustration. Laugh knowing there’s no such thing as laughing too loud. If you want to foster more positivity in your life, try to cut back on  complaining. You may not even realize […]

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Adventures Abroad

Dinner in the Eiffel Tower (Paris, France) Le Jules Verne resides at the top of the Eiffel Tower, offering the most amazing multi-course meal I’ve ever had (pretty sure I took a picture of every part of the meal). Not just a meal but an all around dining experience, this restaurant is one for the […]

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Hiking trails I hit this June

If there’s anything you should put before yourself it’s the planet, and there are so many different ways to do this. At times it may be hard to see why the little steps you take make a difference to the big picture, but think of it this way: If every person did at least one […]

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Summer birthday gift guide

Where are my summer babies at?! I might be biased, but I think it’s the best time of year to celebrate anything, especially a birthday. I can easily drum up memories of pool parties and popsicles, or running through the sprinklers in the back yard and eating ice cream cake. I’ve put together a guide […]

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Boston bucket list

It’s undeniable that Boston is beautiful in the summers. In a sunny city with diverse neighborhoods, there are literally thousands of things to do here. I’ve done a little research and received some insight to make my summer short list! Free things, food things, and all the fun things make my list this season. Movie at […]

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Summer reading list

Summer tends to be the season where I make the most time for reading. Last summer, I followed along with a local library’s summer reading list, but this year I thought it would be more fun to create my own! I sifted through piles of books, checked their ratings and feedback on Goodreads, and decided […]

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Can’t handle the heat? Step away from the STEM

Being a woman is hard, and being a woman in the sciences is even harder. As a young girl who played in creeks, explored tide pools, and tried to save abandoned baby animals, I had no idea that challenges I would face as I pursued a career that followed those young interests. Through college I […]

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