Moms and dads make sacrifices and exhaustingly do whatever it takes to give you the best life possible.
If you’re a 1990s baby, chances are you’ve held onto that oddly shaped N64 controller at some point.
Just stare at yourself in the mirror, really, stare into your own eyes.
You’ve been laughingly drunk together, on road trips together and at funerals together.
“It’s that time of year again!” said no one excitedly. Ah, the tax season is upon us.
I travel quite often and while traveling can be super enjoyable, it can also be achingly stressful, it’s your call.
Entering and surviving your early 20s can be both the most treasured years in your life, yet the most challenging.
The best experience in my life happened when I was a junior in college at Loyola University Chicago. I studied, went to school and volunteered abroad in a place called Vietnam. It was an every-day, learning adventure that I am so grateful for.
The ones that aren’t played on the radio once every twelve minutes, the ones you don’t share with your friends and the ones I hope you’d Shazam if you heard it for the first time.