5:47 in North Beach

Photo by Eduardo Santos on Unsplash The semester has begun, and I'm already in love with my Groundings in Creative Nonfiction class. The reading list is a marvel within itself. A class of incredible writers to surround myself with doesn't hurt, either. Our first assignment was so much fun I decided to share! This piece... Continue Reading →

City Guide: Minneapolis

Photo by Weston MacKinnon on Unsplash Ah, the Land of 10,000 Lakes. Minnesota is often overlooked as an ice-desert nestled in the flyover states. And that’s fine — us locals like it that way. As our beloved Prince once said, “I like the cold weather — it keeps the bad people away.” The Minneapolis and St. Paul area is small... Continue Reading →

The Fall Refresh: A Checklist

Summer is a wonderful season of throwing things together. Wearing the same bathing suit uniform for days on end, making a quick meal with whatever doesn’t require an oven, and being outside as much as possible. I love the chaos of it — the fast-paced, worn-out feeling I get from long days in the sun. Once fall... Continue Reading →

A Note On Living Alone

What I Learned When I Traded 10,000 Lakes For 1,000,000 PeopleAs someone who is revisiting this piece only three weeks before graduating college, I can say that this year of twenty-one has been a fast changing one. Most of this post arose when I was in the really hard part of living on my own... Continue Reading →

Book Your Plane Ticket. I Already Did.

4 Ways You’ll See San Francisco Differently After SERENDIPITY*Note: This article was originally published On The Table for The GUILD, my favorite way to network. To see the original story, click here!San Francisco. It’s known for the tech, world-famous sourdough, and of course, the legendary Golden Gate Bridge. As a Midwest native, when my plane... Continue Reading →

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