“We have a socialist system of candles in the basement. It works because there are two of us, and we both contribute.” During the cold winter months, my roommate and I decided there was nothing better than coming back to our room lit up with a strand of Christmas lights, striking match to light an … Continue reading It’s “See you later,” not “Goodbye.”
“Remember, you paid for this!” and “This is worth much more than a free banana at the end!” This past October my friend, Nicole, and I finished our second Crawlin’ Crab half marathon, and the above quotes are from two of my favorite motivational signs that we saw along the way. If you’ve ever run … Continue reading Why Walk When You Can Run?
“You can’t Google memories,” Nicole remarked as Lauren and Kathleen waded through a stream during the beginning of our Old Rag adventure. We spent the next five or so minutes reflecting on the truth of this statement, realizing that Google will never be able to capture our crazy adventures, late night conversations and tons of … Continue reading Take Time to Go on a Hike
“Remember freshman year when we took Victorian England?” It’s a rainy Saturday afternoon, which means we’re sitting in our living room attempting to do homework, instead of hiking Old Rag like we had excitedly planned earlier in the week. But (naturally) as the morning fades into afternoon, the motivation wanes, and we find ourselves distracted … Continue reading Learning to Lean