Choosing The Perfect Putter

As seen in Women's Golf Journal magazine WGJ Issue 4: How To Choose A Putter Some people have just one, others have a garage full of them. High-tech, low-tech, expensive, cheap—the best one is the one that works for you. As for the “perfect” one, well that’s a unicorn. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t … Continue reading Choosing The Perfect Putter

Favorite Lip Colors For Fall

Aside from maybe California, Fall is officially here. Golfers are putting away the golf skirts and breaking out the pants. Your sleeveless polo is in hibernation until next Summer. For some people, that also means putting the nude lip colors to rest. It’s time for that burgundy lip! Or is it? Do you let seasons … Continue reading Favorite Lip Colors For Fall

Not Your Typical Girl: An Ode To Tomboy Adolescence

Here is a long read that I have been working on for a class. Its about childhood memories accompanied by unplanned notes of feminism. Enjoy! A sanctuary. A place deep below civilization, made to give children—like I once was—a place of comfort. A guest room turned playroom that was the setting for many memories of … Continue reading Not Your Typical Girl: An Ode To Tomboy Adolescence

Why introvert student-athletes (mostly) don’t like college

I am going to start out by saying: I do not like college. College is not for me. I love learning, and the education side is something I love. It's the perfect opportunity to get out of my own head and the fear of judgement seems to melt away. Not to mention, being in a … Continue reading Why introvert student-athletes (mostly) don’t like college

Critique of “The Pain Scale” an essay by Eula Bliss

For my last semester of my senior year, I am not only taking a media criticism class, but I am also taking a non-fiction creative writing class and I am thoroughly enjoying both of them. As a journalism major, I find that the two of these taken together will make my work as a writer … Continue reading Critique of “The Pain Scale” an essay by Eula Bliss

Expressing an Opinion Without Harassment

I was scrolling through my Facebook timeline the other day, and I have collected several "friends" who seem to be pretty hardcore conservative, and they were saying some pretty aggressive things that would be pretty impressive if they were to say it to someone's face. It made me think about the power of opinion online, … Continue reading Expressing an Opinion Without Harassment

I Do Not Know What To Write About

I want to write tonight before I go to bed. But I do not know what I want to write about-- I have so much on my mind currently. I could talk about the insane refugee issue everyone and their mother is talking about-- but the world does not need another 20 something who is … Continue reading I Do Not Know What To Write About

Nightly News | Nov. 13

In an effort to make my blog a little more appealing to my journalism professor, who considers this blog as a part of my grade, I thought of doing a few "in the news" posts. I thought this would also be interesting and good for myself, as I 'quit' all forms of social media last … Continue reading Nightly News | Nov. 13

Bedtime Story: A fan fiction of Batman and Bruce Timm

*this is a short story about batman i wrote for my creative writing class and i thought i'd put this here* *enjoy??* My Daddy is a really good storyteller. All my friends have T.V’s and video games—I have never really wanted any of those things before. I like the pictures I get to make in … Continue reading Bedtime Story: A fan fiction of Batman and Bruce Timm

A last ditch effort

I'm not one for quotes, mottos, or 'words to live by'. Like when you walk into people's apartments, dorm rooms, or even family homes, it's almost an essential decorative feature. "Home is where the heart is" "Life does not have to be perfect to be wonderful" "Nothing is impossible. The word itself says i'm possible!" … Continue reading A last ditch effort