A Night at the Theater Review

I recently went to An Evening of Song with Lesli Odom Jr. at Tampa’s Straz Center for the Performing Arts, and talk about incredible! For those who don’t know, Lesli Odom Jr. is a Tony Award and Grammy Award Winning actor and singer best known for his unforgettable performance as Aaron Burr in Broadway’s Hamilton.... Continue Reading →

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How To Budget in a City

Moving to a city for college was super exciting and still is, but budgeting is very, very important. There’s so much to do and see, and it’s quite easy to say yes to everything and then realize you have no funds to pay for the lifestyle you desperately want. It is very hard to keep... Continue Reading →

Mark Your Calendars!

The summer is full of things to do, places to go, and people to see. Here’s a few events coming up near me that make the summer months so great! First Friday St. Pete - July 7th, 2017  Free block party downtown St. Pete between 2nd and 3rd streets on Central Ave. The fun is... Continue Reading →

California Dreamin’

This trip is definitely one for the books. California has everything: city, mountains, beach and just about everything else someone could want. It has a zest to it that’s unlike anywhere else I’ve been. I’m also very thankful for my good friend, Chloe, who now lives in L.A. and is all the more reason to... Continue Reading →

My Promise Letter to Time

Dear Time, I am writing to you today because you are worthy of praise. You are a very weird concept and sometimes it feels like you are slipping away, but having you by my side is a true blessing. We aren't told how much of you we will have or how little of you we... Continue Reading →

Question of the Day

What is something that brings you joy? The first thing that comes to mind when thinking of something that excites me and brings me joy is theater. Whether that’s going to a show or performing in a show, I am my best self while in a theatrical atmosphere. Thinking way back, I remember always wanting... Continue Reading →

A Walk Down The Aisle

We all know the feeling. You enter the long pathway of judgment and can’t do much to escape. There's people behind you, people in front of you (unless you're the lucky A1), and people to your left and right. Eyes are on you. What is normally a walk in the park becomes strenuous. You may... Continue Reading →

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