Let’s Talk About Veganism

Just over 3 years ago I made one of the best decisions of my life. I decided to go vegan.

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I know what you’re thinking, “oh please, you’re just saying that. Nothings changed.”. But let me tell you, everything has changed.  Continue reading

Traveling Has Left Me With A Loss

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Upon embarking on a trip, I left my friends and family with a promise to tell them all about my amazing adventures once I returned. As I traveled, I would see something and make a mental note to tell everyone about it. How green the trees were in Finland, how friendly the people were in Thailand, and how annoying my roommates were in Prague. Continue reading

Southern, Republican, Catholic Raised Homeschooler: My Story

Hello everyone. My name is Sarah, I’m 23 years old, and I was homeschooled my entire life until college. Nice to meet ya’ll.

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I always get a lot of questions asking about being homeschooled, so I thought I would write a blog post for the curious. I mean, I’m the typical southern homeschooler. Catholic Continue reading

Why I’m Going Back To School

Hello everyone, my name is Sarah, I’m 23 years old, and I’m going back to college.

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It seems like a very common thing nowadays to take a break before getting serious about Continue reading

Feeling Homesick At Home

When people ask me if I ever get homesick while traveling I always answer yes but… I don’t want to go home. It’s a funny situation for me where I miss my family, I miss my friends, I may even miss some of the things about my home city. I mean, Austin is an amazing city!

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But there’s still this feeling where it almost doesn’t feel like home and I can’t exactly put Continue reading

Happy Birthday To Me, Whiskey

I’ll be honest you guys, despite being a born and bred Texan, there are a lot of stereotypes that I don’t fall under. For starters, I’m vegan. I don’t hunt. I’ve never ridden a horse. And I don’t own a gun. (Although my family has quite a few).

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But there is one stereotype that I fall in with, and that’s a love for whiskey. Give me a good ole’ bourbon and sweet tea and I’m one happy gal!  Continue reading

The Worst Job I’ve Ever Had

I think we’ve all had bad jobs. Those jobs that make you absolutely dread waking up in the morning and going to work. The jobs where you zone out and just completely get lost in your own mind. The jobs that stress you out just thinking about them… Yeah, there no fun. Here’s my story.

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I’ve had my fair share of strange jobs but this one takes the cake. Not necessarily because Continue reading

My Mom’s Best Advice

My mom is the coolest ya’ll. Like, no joke. She’s amazing.

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For starters, my mom has three kids and, with my dad, made the decision to homeschool all of us. My Dad worked full time at his job and my mom worked full time raising us. Continue reading

Getting Over the Post Travel Blues

I love traveling. I love going to the other side of the world, exploring new cultures, meeting new people, and getting lost eating my way through a city. I love discovering the unexpected and living life outside of schedules, routines, and a phone. But this post isn’t about what I love about traveling. It’s about the one thing I hate about traveling.

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