#Thankful for Safe Rooms

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๏ปฟ In all honesty, I’ve never really given safe rooms much thought. However, after all of the pure hatred I’ve seen from people surrounding this election, I can safely say (no pun intended) that on this Thanksgiving holiday, I’m eternally thankful for the safe rooms in my life.

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How to: Survive the Offseason

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The Chicago Cubs’ World Series win over the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday marked a historical moment for the franchise. But it also marked a terrifying realization: We are now officially in the offseason. That’s right, we’ve entered that time of year again. No college baseball, no minor league baseball, and no major league baseball. No sounds of a ball cracking against a bat, no 7th inning stretch, and no ballpark food. Scary right? But no worries! I came up with a list of five things to keep you busy (or somewhat sane) during the offseason.

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Field of Angels

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"What lies before us and what lies behind us are small matters compared to what lies within us. And when you bring what is within out into the world, miracles happen." - Henry David Thoreau For the past two years I've had the privilege of working with the Miracle League of Tuscaloosa. For those of you ...

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Hawai’i

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Aloha! I apologize for being MIA the last month! I've had so much going on with school (which included me making my first ever international radio debut...crazy right?), but I also got to spend a week on the island of Oahu! My parents and I flew into Honolulu and stayed in a hotel on the beautiful ...

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Life Update: Version 2.0

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Updates. In our vastly technological world, we're so accustomed to hearing this term (I'm looking at you, Apple!). But what about using this term to describe a stage in our life? Recently, my life has gotten a lot of upgrades. So many, that even my 'About Me' page needs an update itself. Here are just ...

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