Summer ATL Eats

This summer, one of my favorite activities is going to eat at restaurants with patios with my friends. Even before quarantine, I was a major foodie. Here are some of my newest Atlanta favorites: The Lawrence, located in Midtown, had one of the best desserts I have had all summer. For the main entree, IContinue reading “Summer ATL Eats”

Vickery Creek Falls

This summer, my friends and I have been very into outdoor activities in Georgia. We have gone to many different parks such as Piedmont and Lullwater and hiking trails such as Stone Mountain. This past weekend we went to Vickery Creek Falls which is located in Roswell, Georgia. We did some research before we arrivedContinue reading “Vickery Creek Falls”

Sugar Factory ATL

During my childhood, the Sugar Factory was always so fascinating to me. This summer in Atlanta, my friends and I visited the location in Atlanta. It was everything I dreamed of and more. This dessert place was like no other. When you walk in, you are greeted by a bunch of beautiful chandeliers and anContinue reading “Sugar Factory ATL”

How to stay productive while working from home

This summer I have learned many tips on productivity and how to remain focused throughout the day. Here are some of my suggestions: Take small breaks throughout the day. Go outside. It is super important to get that daily Vitamin D. You could just go on your balcony for a few minutes or go onContinue reading “How to stay productive while working from home”

The Internship Search Process

Fall is here. That can mean many things from leaves changing color to Halloween to the beginning of sweater weather. However, for many college students, fall means the beginning of the summer internship process. This process actually started during late summer but it can last all the way till spring. The bulk of this processContinue reading “The Internship Search Process”

What a summer in my hometown taught me

This summer I had a 12 week internship in my hometown of Scottsdale, Arizona. I have lived here since I was four years old. It is located about half hour drive from downtown Phoenix. It features the typical Arizona desert landscape with cacti dotting the earth and palo verde trees overshadowing bushes. Its signature tripleContinue reading “What a summer in my hometown taught me”