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5 Things A Monophobe Needs to Know Before Moving to Washington D.C.

Moving is stressful. Moving 1,400 miles away, by yourself, is even more stressful. For a monophobe like me, it’s insanity. However, I did it and I survived (somehow). Here are some things I learned from my first time living outside of Texas, in a brand new place I had never even visited before.


Being a Committed Lifelong Learner

If you ever see the movies where the main character has the same facial expression but just moves from scene to scene, day after day from the monotony of their lives - that is my version of torture and one of my greatest fears. I believe there is an incredibly fine line between being content and being complacent. However, it is the mindset of still wanting to grow while being happy with where y...


An Intern’s Guide to D.C. (AKA a Guide to Being Cheap)

Overall, D.C. is a pretty incredible place to live. It is rich with history and opportunities to learn. It’s a wonderful way to learn and experience other cultures when you are on a budget.  


A New Classroom

How am I going to go back to Texas A&M for another year after this experience?


Jean’s World- The Sideline Story

The story of a USPS package making its way to Washington, D.C.


What Not to Expect When You Are Interning

Coming into this experience without the safety net of expectations opens you to newer and exciting opportunities and more importantly, opens you up to understanding and knowing yourself.


Three Reasons to Dress Your Best from 9 to 5

Here's looking at you, kid.


You Should be My Friend

Thoughts on making friends in a new city


What it Really Means to be an Intern

The morning struggles, forced adult moments, and everything else in between. Is it worth it you ask? Oh I wouldn't change it for the world.


The First 24

The first 24 hours in Austin require a few adjustments.

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