Be around the light bringers, the magic makers, the world shifters, the game shakers. They challenge you, break you open, uplift & expand you. They don't let you play small with your life. These heartbeats are your people. These people are your tribe. College is hard. Finding your "group" in college is even harder. When… Continue reading Having a Strong Tribe of Gal Pals in College is SO Important
Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we’ll ever do. Hey guys, it is me again. I have been super busy lately with finals and getting ready to move home for Christmas break. Short post today, but one that is pretty serious. I am going to cut to… Continue reading Why I Refuse to Let Instagram Likes Define My Self Worth
Adulthood is like looking both ways before crossing the street and then getting hit by an airplane. Keeping up on my blog was much easier when I was only working full time over the summer, not working 30 hours a week while take 16 credit hours... I have not wrote on here for awhile, but… Continue reading Life Update: Adulting is Complicated and A Little Thanksgiving Pep Talk
One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well. Happy Friday! I know I claimed in my first post that I'm quite the foodie, so I guess I better prove it, huh? A few weeks ago, I went with a few of my good friends to the magical city of… Continue reading Nashville, TN: The Melting Pot
Nestled in downtown Owensboro, Kentucky is my favorite place that I spend a large chunk of my free time. The Creme is a cute, little coffee shop about 45 minutes from my hometown. There are so many words I could use to describe this quaint place, but I will leave it with: nostalgic, hip, and… Continue reading My all time favorite place.
My name is Kaydi and I am from a small town in southern Indiana that you have probably never heard of... what I always end up asking people is, "Have you heard of Holiday World?" When I get the familiar nod, I proceed to tell them I live about twenty minutes southeast of there. Writing… Continue reading A Little Bit About Me
Growing up in a small town in southern Indiana, I always thought I would attend a college a few hours away and then return back to my hometown and build a life here. I mean, it is what most people did so I figured I would do the same. However, now that I am out… Continue reading “What good is livin’ a life you’ve been given if all you do is stand in one place?”