If you could have everything you wanted in life fed to you on a silver spoon, would you choose such a lifestyle, or bite the hand that dared feed you? For much of the young generation in America, the road is paved, set down by modern society and family. Whether families have been settled in … Continue reading Our Silver Spoons
Can we take your picture? No. Before I see their exuberant smiles diminish, I'm off, walking briskly to whatever destination I need be at. In India, I am given the attention usually bestowed upon some celebrity or other, and it rubs me the wrong way. I am told by friends I met on a tour … Continue reading Say Cheese
If you have ever journaled, jotted, or wrote something of great importance down and then proceeded to lose said writing, you will understand. For those who have not, then this is a cautionary tale of keeping what matters most to you safe. It's Easter Sunday, and here I am riding the Greyhound back to DC. … Continue reading Lost Thoughts
The littlest things can sometimes create the most immense impacts.
Traveling widens our minds, and if we allow it, helps us shape a new perspective on life. From the inconceivable to the every day, adventure awaits wherever one travels.
New beginnings can be exciting, but also terrifying, evoking both a fear and wonder of the unknown.
Family: The cornerstone of any person, family is invaluable when it comes to growth, transformation, and life. Families bring us together, creating both joy and sorrow in our lives. These stories show both sides, and just how influential of a role family plays in who we are as people today.
An ode to breakups and makeups, first loves, last loves, dating, engagements, marriages, hookups, friendships, and to love that comes in many forms, shapes, and sizes.
This is the staff's personal blog, where they share thoughts, feelings, fun facts, goings of the day, and interesting tidbits. Feel free to check it out! 🙂
Welcome from India! I am interning for 5 weeks and traveling for one week, for a total stay of one and a half months. I am happy to be here, even with it being the hottest time of the year--a few days ago it was 39.5 degrees Celsius, which is equivalent to 103.1 degrees Fahrenheit. … Continue reading Oh Odisha