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Normally I wouldn’t even mention these things, but 2020 is the year of celebrating the small tasks. So here’s the list of what I accomplished in 2020.
If you’ve ever read an SEO guide on creating the perfect blog post that left you more confused than when you started, I sympathize. Blog
Lately I’ve been scrolling through a lot of my pre-covid travel photos. Why? Hard to say. I guess I just like to punish myself with
This post is written by my dad, whose own father was a WWII veteran. When I was younger, much younger, I’m sure my daughter would
This post was inspired by the amazing nisipisa on YouTube. What’s better than laughing at memes? Laughing at memes with an audience. So naturally, I
I’m not one for exercise, but lately, the thing that’s been keeping me sane during quarantine is daily (social-distant compliant) walks through the neighborhood. The
Here’s 11 famous Kansas Citians to rename J. C. Nichols Fountain and Parkway
You don’t need a blog to tell you everything is awful right now, but I’m going to anyway. Everything is awful. I’d summarize, but we
Like most great love stories, Weebly was great until it wasn’t. I built my little portfolio site in 2015, during the height of my finals
In case you’ve missed my multiple stressed, tearful posts… I’m getting my MBA. … Just waiting for your applause. I know, I’m amazing. Just kidding.
The average American woman lives to be about 82, if you believe what Wikipedia tells you. Although, sometimes I think my current candy corn consumption
On Sunday, K-State’s personal Lord and Savior Coach Bill Snyder announced his retirement from football. This was especially devastating to me, because Coach and I
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Any Manhattan resident has endured this routine at least once, if not 10,000 times in their life when responding to the “Where are you from?”
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