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Sagamore’s Penny Proof

I opened my eyes as my alarm sounded, greeted by the dark of early morning and the retina-burning glow of my phone. A small sigh escaped my lips as I hoisted my heavy body from the mattress and hobbled to … Continue reading

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Being A Woman In STEM

I have had my fair share of difficulties being a woman in STEM. To preface, I hold no anger towards the obstacles I have faced in my life; in truth, I am very appreciative of them because it has hardened … Continue reading

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Where Do You Focus Best?

Where do you find yourself when you know you need to be productive? Are you home in your room, dining table, or office? Or do you lean more towards quiet libraries? How about coffee shops? I have classmates and friends … Continue reading

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Voting in This Year’s General Election

It was super easy for me to vote this year, so I encourage anyone reading to go out and vote! The General Election is on November 8th, but there is the option of in-person early voting from October 27th to November … Continue reading

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Homestead Farm

Acres and acres of apple trees greeted me as I drove down the rocky old backroad to Homestead Farm. Every once in a while, a toddler would waddle out of the trees and wave at the passing cars, or an … Continue reading

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Life Transition Survival Guide

Not everyone is currently feeling this way, but maybe you are – you feel a change in the air. You can tell you’re entering a phase of transition in your life, or perhaps you’re already deep in it. It can … Continue reading

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Frequent Flier FAQ: Advice I Wish I Had Before Flying This Year

This summer, I have tried to fly four times total; only one of those flights has gone off without a hitch. That flight was perfect. The plane was quiet, the flight was smooth, and I didn’t have anyone trying to … Continue reading

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Everyone Should Play Dungeons & Dragons

Okay… maybe not everyone. But Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) – along with all other table-top roleplaying games (TTRPGs) – are more beneficial than you might think. D&D is a role-playing game that allows a group of people to create their … Continue reading

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Best Sources for Secondhand Shopping

We’re all aware that inflation is a serious problem nowadays, and it feels like everything is way more expensive than it ever has been. Whether you love to shop for fun, or just need to buy the essentials, I think … Continue reading

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Prioritizing Your Wellness

Thinking of something positive to write about this week is really hard. So instead of pretending that things are okay, I’m going to write about how important it is to prioritize your own well-being when things don’t feel okay. Prioritizing … Continue reading

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