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My New Passion: Jet Skiing in Washington D.C.

Living in Washington D.C., I’ve always been drawn to the Potomac River’s majestic views. When I discovered I could experience the river through jet skiing, I seized the opportunity. The Thrill and Excitement of the Potomac River Jet skiing on the Potomac has given me a new perspective of D.C. From historical landmarks to natural […]

10 Surprising Things That Cost More for Women

The American Association of University Women revealed that American women with full-time jobs received 80 percent of what men were paid. More than that, not only are women receiving lower paychecks, they also pay more for the same items and services as men. Read on to find out the suspiring items that cost more for […]

A Fun Gift: Hand Painted Valentine Heart Ornaments & Door Knob Hangers

I love to find funky and fun stuff on the internet and these heart ornaments and doorknob hangers are some of my favs! I love the way they combine patterns and colors to make a unique statement I found both of these paper mache hearts and wood hearts on etsy They’re all reversible, painted on […]


The J.T. Tallon Memorial Equitation Grant was developed by friends and family of the late J.T. Tallon, a Lexington, Virginia, horseman and USHJA member who dedicated his career to equestrian sport for over 40 years. Tallon was dedicated to helping riders excel in the equitation arena. He was part of a group that founded the Southwest […]

Ducking Jury Duty

I hate to admit it, but when I got my notice for jury duty, my first inclination was to find a way around it. Does that make me a bad person? Probably, but it turns out that I’m not the only one. The U.S. Marshals Service is warning the public of a nationwide telephone scam […]

What Happens If You Hit a Pedestrian?

What Happens If You Hit a Pedestrian? In Washington DC, there are many pedestrians AND a lot of pedestrian fatalities.  With a rate of 1.89, DC came in second for pedestrian fatalities per 100,000 of the population, from January to June 2020, behind only New Mexico with a rate of 2.12. Ultimately that puts all […]

Tai Chi for Mental Health

An examination of 40 studies gives a modestly positive review on the use of tai chi, a low-impact martial art, for improving mental health. Tai chi has been practiced for hundreds of years but is not typically recognized as an effective treatment method for mental health conditions in the Western world. This martial art technique […]

I’m going to miss it here

I haven’t updated in a while but it’s never too late! Another semester starting and I’m excited as always. Breaks are always good but I really like my courses! I know I’m going to miss it here soon 🙁

New semester is approaching quickly – I have been enjoying my break too much!

I have really been enjoying my break a lot! I had a great visit with my parents and I went to see my sister in California. I really miss her sometimes and I wish I could spend more time with her. Love you, Sis! I’m thinking about applying to graduate schools in California but I […]

Exams – Stressed!

That’s all! Just stressed!

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