It’s the Last Day of July

Congratulations! If you you’re reading this, you have made it through another month of a (somewhat worldwide, mostly United States) pandemic. How exciting! My excitement is actually quite surprising to me, because in my last "It's the" post I said didn’t know when I would write again due to my lack of excitement. I also… Continue reading It’s the Last Day of July


Thoughts on Taylor Swift’s New Album “folklore”

In case you haven’t heard, Taylor Swift surprised fans Thursday morning with a new album announcement. I immediately freaked out and wrote about it, but I knew there was no way I would stay up until midnight to listen, considering my lack of sleep from the night before. However, my excitement got the best of… Continue reading Thoughts on Taylor Swift’s New Album “folklore”


Entertainment News Rundown: July 23

Thursday was an enormous day in the entertainment world. Between surprise music, new content, an engagement and more, fans around the globe were exuding excitement for their respective celebrity idols. There was so much going on, I thought I should commemorate the busy day by putting it all down in one post. Let’s dive in.… Continue reading Entertainment News Rundown: July 23


Taylor Swift Announces Surprise Album “folklore”

Surprise! Taylor Swift excited fans with a series of social media posts Thursday morning announcing that her eighth studio album, previously dubbed TS8 by fans, and now officially called folklore, is dropping at midnight Thursday night.  This comes after much speculation by fans that the “Delicate” songstress had a new album ready to go. According to the 30-year-old-singer, this… Continue reading Taylor Swift Announces Surprise Album “folklore”


It’s the Middle of July

It’s now the middle of July and I didn’t write about the meaning of “adventure” as I promised. I didn’t write at all in June, which I hate, but understand. It didn’t feel right at the time to talk about anything because there was, and still is, so much distress in America. Don’t get me… Continue reading It’s the Middle of July


It’s the Last Day of May

How has it been two months since I posted? I didn’t mean to let that time slip away, but I just could not bring myself to write. So much has happened since I last posted, and it never really felt like the right time to say anything. I left California on March 18, which is… Continue reading It’s the Last Day of May


Solo Series: My First Massage

I am not into fancy things. I even get uncomfortable when my boyfriend takes me to a nice restaurant, which he finds entertaining. So that’s why getting my first massage was a big deal for me. It felt fancy, and I wanted to feel like I earned it. (Okay, this is my second massage. I… Continue reading Solo Series: My First Massage

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Solo Series: I took an Acting Class

No, I didn’t let the LA dream hit me and decide to become an actress. My dad is friends with a really nice man named David Wells who is an actor and owns an acting class business. I met him a few months ago when my dad was in town and he said to swing… Continue reading Solo Series: I took an Acting Class

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California Solo Series: Catalina Island

This week’s solo series is a bit different: the itinerary is for a single day, but it’s meant to be shared with friends and family. I spent a day on Catalina Island while I was babysitting, so I thought I’d share my day with you so you can get an idea of how a young… Continue reading California Solo Series: Catalina Island

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California Solo Series: Venice Beach

I was really scared to look back on this video because I thought It was going to be very cringe-inducing, but I actually found myself smiling at how happy I was to be seeing a new place. In part two of my solo series, I take you to the Venice area: the canals, a butterfly… Continue reading California Solo Series: Venice Beach