I recently had an internship in the Washington, DC area. In the past three months that I've lived here, one of my favorite places to visit has been Georgetown! With plenty of restaurants, and some of the best shopping around, it's an amazing place to unwind on the weekend or after work. Take a stroll around the cute townhouses a ways off M street, or walk along the waterfront and you can find amazing photo ops and something new every time you visit. Georgetown will have amazing memories of friends and family for me and random exploring!!! It's one of those cities that sweep you up in beauty and charm and make you fall in love until you go back again and again, and then want to live there and never leave. But alas, almost all good things must come to an end. So...until we meet again...
I haven't had much time to cook lately, since I'm in the process of moving. In that spirit, I've collected some of my favorite super easy recipes from around the internet that can be made in 10 min or less. These lovely pictures belong to the websites I've taken the recipes from (I've been trying to not cook and just eat the rest of my freezer stash, since it's not transportable.) If you click on the picture, it will lead you to the recipe.
As college students or recent college grads, we're on fairly tight budgets (unless of course you've started a major startup). Though I'm not a big spender/shopper, I've tried to come up with little tips and tricks over the year to save in creative, but not restrictive ways. Check below for 16 tips on making more bang for your buck.
Though I'm leaving my apartment soon to head back to my last year of school, the decorating urge never leaves. I've been shifting my style more from a minimalistic, modern sort to a truly bohemian mix of colours, fabrics, and styles. I enjoy the richness and vibrancy of the colours and the altogether home-y feel the vibe gives.
In that vibe, I've made a few more hanging decorations to not only had depth and colour to my bedroom, but also these intricate patterns of dancing shadows on the wall.
And to make the whole crafting experience even better, I had a fellow partner-in-crafting to add to the creativity.
When I first started working, I was totally fine with coming home and making dinner that would take an hour or more. After a few weeks though, after spending a day crunching numbers and staring at graphs, I spent most of my energy on work and wasn't exactly in the mood to cook a four course meal when I got home, and still go out exploring.
A few people have also asked questions recently about how I cook meals for work so I thought this would be a good time to list my four keys to making dinnertime about the food and not the hungry hour of waiting.
I am a senior in college studying Bioengineering who loves to cook, bake, decorate, and do all sorts of things. Whether I'm in or out of class my imagination and creativity lets me explore new things! Read more