New York Minute

New York Minute

Ever since I can remember, I always wanted to visit New York City. Just the way it’s portrayed in film and television, I knew I wanted to find the meaning of a ‘New York state of mind.’ Before I decided to study abroad, I told myself my graduation present would be two weeks in New York so I could explore all of it. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to visit this magical city without the $500+ entry fee. Though I was only there for two days, I thought it was the perfect sneak peek into a [hopefully] near-future adventure. Continue reading “New York Minute”

Why I Blog

I thought I’d switch it up this week and talk about something that’s become a little topic of conversation for me these days: my blog. This is also probably going to be written more according to how my thoughts are flowing so bear with me if it doesn’t make sense and a lot of sentences start with contractions. Also, it’s kind of long. Continue reading “Why I Blog”

Welcome Aboard!

Welcome Aboard!

After nearly two months of winter break (considering I didn’t have finals), I started my spring internship with Southwest Airlines this week! On Monday, we had orientation and it was unlike any orientation I have attended before. Of course, we did go through a lot of general and company information, but the order of events really kept us alert. We played games, watched a hilarious video of the history of Southwest and we were able to spend time with our supervisors to get acclimated before the first “real day” of work. Before–and since–I started my internship, I have received a series of questions from friends and family about the specifics, so I figured that I should dedicate this post to answering those questions: Continue reading “Welcome Aboard!”