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How to Detox after your First Week in the Real World

After our first 40-hour work week, we just wanted to have a relaxing movie night. It shouldn't be this hard...


How to Make the Most of Being Lost

Washington D.C. is a big city that is crowded and overwhelming. Sometimes you just need to pause and take it all in, even if you're having a bad day. One day I decided to do just that and it ended up being my favorite day yet. 


What to Do When You Should Probably Be Working

Sure, there’s plenty to do in D.C. on nights and weekends – but some of the most unique opportunities are available between 9 and 5.


Velo Across DC – Bike Share Explained

H.G. Wells once said, “When I see an adult on ...


Traveling the World with a U.S. Ambassador

 My favorite day in Spain was spent at the International Fair for Tourisn (FITUR), where I was able to sample foods from all over the world, observe traditional dances of various countries and spend the day with the U.S. Ambassador to Spain.


Never Stand on the Right

This blog is about how an intern should not waste his time is D.C. It's a formality to the city to explore at every open weekend possible and absorbs ...


Melting Pot or Mosaic?

What do you see when you visualize a cultural melting pot? What about a cultural mosaic?


5 Best Coffee Shops in Washington, D.C.

This is a blog post about my 5 favorite coffee shops in D.C..


Aggies Commit: Advancing the Status of Women and Girls in Spain

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Living in Faith or Fear?

In my time in D.C., I have seen that you either live in faith or in fear. I've learned that to have the fullest experience wherever you may be, you must choose to live in faith. If not, fear will hold you back and prevent you from truly living.

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