This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT. All opinions are 100% mine. After spending two years in the dorms at my university, I was so sick of cafeteria food and community bathrooms that living off-campus was the only option I’d consider for my junior year. I found a cute three-bedroom… Read More
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I love online shopping. I can spend hours buying everything from clothes to school supplies on my laptop, and I would much rather shop from my bed than drive to a store. It has its perks too! You have a store’s entire inventory in your hands, and finding a sale is as easy as navigating… Read More
This is the first weekend in over two months that I don’t have a test to study for or a project to work on, and I feel so lost on what to do with my free time! All I’ve done so far is binge-watch my favorite vloggers and read all the posts I’ve missed from… Read More
This past week I had the opportunity to attend one of the coolest, most rewarding conferences in Houston, TX. Grace Hopper is the world’s largest gathering of women in computing, and hosted over 15,000 people this year! Thanks to the Anita Borg Institute, which hosts the celebration, and Kamala Srinivasan, the director of ABI in… Read More
No matter what major you’re in, stress is going to find its way into your life during college. Right now, I’m stressing about a project I put off for a bit too long that is sort of due tomorrow, and as soon as I finish that, I’ll be stressing about the quiz I have in… Read More
It’s been about almost a month since I moved into my apartment, and I finally feel like I’ve settled in enough to post an apartment tour! This is my first year in an apartment (you can check out my dorm from last year here), and I couldn’t be more happy with where I ended up.… Read More
I start my junior year of college today, and to say I’m excited is a major understatement. I’m taking 13 hours, all Computer Engineering classes, and I have a 4 DAY WEEKEND. I know those days are going to be filled with programming labs, blog writing, and lots of studying, but not having class on… Read More