Upon walking home from class, I almost always, out of habit, check my mail box. I get on my tip toes and reach in, hoping to find something, while at the same time hoping I won't. I absolutely love receiving snail mail, but only if it's not from the city of Charleston, or my BFF … Continue reading The power of snail mail
life has been too wonderful lately, so naturally something bad is bound to happen. Forming those words, I know how ridiculous it sounds. I'm complaining about the wonderful aspects of my life, under the assumption that soon it'll be taken away. Since my life has been ravishing recently, I'm sitting here pining, because sooner rather … Continue reading the guilt of having it good
here's a hint. you can't. So a better title would be, how to cope with not being able to please everyone. I know that I'd describe myself as a "WOO", meaning that I attempt to Win Others Over. My soul is unsettled knowing that someone is mad at me or that we're on bad terms. … Continue reading How to please everyone
We all have those days where absolutely nothing seems to be going right. Where even moving out of bed is a stretch. Where you want to quit pursuing your goals and just be a waste of space for a hot sec. THAT IS OKAY. WE ALL DO. And today, October 3rd 2017, I experience a … Continue reading take a mental health day
Tips and tricks on how to grow your Instagram account. First off, I am not Insta famous, nor am I claiming to be Insta famous. Although how freaking fun would that be? (side not: you may still follow me @scout_petersen) Sadly I am not, but I have learned a TON about the art of social … Continue reading so you wanna be insta famous?
If ever in your life you felt motivated for a few months, and then lose all momentum, you are about to relate to this post. For the past 5 years of my life, I've either been in two places. Working toward a weight loss/fitness goal, or enjoying that I've pretty much reached it. The catch … Continue reading Fitness rollercoaster
What it's really like when your city gets evacuate. Having lived in Charleston for year now, I'm finally exposed to hurricanes and the natural disasters involving the coast. Last year hurricane Matthew sent me packing and headed for home. College of Charleston ended up letting us off school for around 5 days. Except this year … Continue reading The panic before the storm