Recipe Review: Baked Ziti

I love carbs. In any form. But especially when they’re coated in a yummy sauce and melty cheese. Enter this Pinterest miracle: a (supposedly) one-pot recipe for baked ziti, courtesy of Lauren over at Tastes Better From Scratch. It might not be as quick or easy as a package of Ramen or Easy Mac, but it is certainly more delicious and the ingredients won’t break the bank either! “One Pan” Baked Ziti Ingredients: ½ lb. ground…

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Why Sorority Women Are Not Greek

And they’re not “sorority girls” either… Happy Fat Tuesday! I got some really good feedback last week about my “How My First Amendment Rights Were Violated” podcast so I decided to go for round two this week. I’m in the beginning stages of a cold I get when the seasons start changing, so please forgive my nasally voice and drawn-out syllables. (I think my brain fails a little bit when I get sick.) Anyway, here are…

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How My First Amendment Rights Were Violated

So this week I decided to spice things up a little bit with a story time podcast. I have been so pressed for time lately because I’ve been so busy with school and applying for big girl jobs, but I feel like I’ve been neglecting [ a sip of my coffee ] a little bit so I wanted to show my beloved site some love. This story is something I had basically forgotten about until…

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America: Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

When I woke up this morning, I certainly did not realize the weight of today as I repeatedly hit the snooze button on my 8am alarm. In fact, it wasn’t until Cynthia texted me, “Are you watching the inauguration?” that I remembered. Today, Friday, January 20, 2017, marks the beginning of a new era – that of the 45th President of the United States of America. As I sat in my pajamas and nibbled at a…

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101 in 1001

I was inspired to create this list by Jenny over at Breakfast at Lilly’s, whose list was full of #girlboss things to be completed in 1001 days. As a self-described listaholic, I am so excited to see where this project takes me! From the Day Zero Project, where this challenge originated: The Challenge: Complete 101 preset tasks in a period of 1001 days. The Criteria: Tasks must be specific (i.e. no ambiguity in the wording) with…

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