SRQ [read: begrudgingly home]

What does it mean to grow up in one of those cities that gets noteworthy recognition by online polls and articles about places to live in the States? 10 things I hate/love about Sarasota: Average age of its residential population: 65. Throwback to the days of petitioning to have a school bus come to certain neighborhoods […]

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Edinburgh [read: not where they held the bagpipe worlds, apparently]

Going to a city when its population doubles is always fun. Lots of weaving between other tourists who we don’t want to associate with because we’re obviously in this for a less touristy and better experience (obviously). What a time to be alive. Phoebe & Sabrina managed to get me on a train to Edinburgh […]

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Dublin [read: the land of my people, maybe]

Here are a few favorite places of mine in the source of my cultural origin (I like to think anyways, the DNA test hasn’t come through, but I’m really pulling for some Irish blood): Foleys: tucked into the Georgian Quarter, this place is covered in bright pink bedsheets, antique clock tables, and chaise lounge chairs. Drinks are […]

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New Friends in the UK [read: Phoebe still won’t respond to ‘my dear Watson’]

Meet squad in Cambridge, UK: Dominique ‘The Klepto’: current Harvard student, enjoys cottage cheese and nothing else, likes hitting up multiple museums in one day (History major), calls herself the ‘spider wrangler,’ once fell asleep wearing khakhis for warmth as these buildings don’t have much insulation (they’re actually older than the United States of America, […]

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Welcome, readers! [read: join me, minions]

You’ve made it here, I’ve made it here: The gang’s all here! Congratulations, I’m glad we’ve basically met because you’ve found my life blog. [feel free to check out The Author  for more info about me, as would be expected] Now, to clarify on the title. I am the twenty-something reader, yours truly. I, therefore, naturally enjoy […]

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