High School Advice

I was never really nervous about starting high school. Maybe it’s because I had just moved across the world only two years prior, but it didn’t feel like a big deal to me. I was… View Post

Sleeping While the Storm Rages

35 That day when evening came, he said to his disciples, “Let us go over to the other side.” 36 Leaving the crowd behind, they took him along, just as he was, in the boat. There were also other boats… View Post

An Honest Update.

I wrote this post in Barcelona several weeks ago. I was sitting alone in the airport, processing my trip, and this post poured out of me like few others. It felt frighteningly honest. But deep… View Post

The Australian Reptile Park

When I first realized I would be spending an extended amount of time in Australia this year, I knew I wanted to fill this season with the things I can’t do anywhere else in the… View Post

My High School Graduation

I’ve been thinking about my high school graduation since I was 7 years old. I’m not kidding. I remember it so clearly– the day I realized that I too would eventually finish high school. It… View Post

What I’m Listening To: July 2019

Music has always held such strong associations for me. It’s like, I play Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran and suddenly I’m 16 driving through Greenwich on a summer night with the windows down.… View Post

Home For A Week

There were about four and a half months where I thought I wasn’t going to be able to walk in my High School graduation. Not because of anything I had done, but rather because of… View Post

Spring in the South of France

As you know, I spent spring break in Greece with my best friends. It was my first time in Europe (crazy but true!), and you can bet that by the end of the trip, all… View Post

Senior Spring Break in Greece

I’m a planner. For sure. I love organizing and scheduling and planning everything out to a tee. With this in mind, you may assume that I lead a very “planned-out” life. HAHA. NOPE.  Despite my… View Post