Celebrating two years of music reviews, Lush content, poetry, and more…
It’s my blog-iversary! Thank you so much for your support, whether you’ve been reading my work for the past two years, or you just found my site today. I can’t wait to see what the coming year holds, but first, let’s celebrate what we’ve accomplished so far!
Over the past two years I have…
Appeared in the media!
It’s amazing to me that others would want to write about my work! I am proud to have been interviewed in For the Punks magazine, featured in #WomenWednesdays with Revel Relations, and highlighted in the March 2020 issue of MNSTRM Media!
Published a poem!
“They’ll Tear it Down” appeared in the Spring 2019 issue of Pinnacle Anthology!
Published two Transmedia projects!
The Pink Lady of Geneva and Troubles: The Life of Patrick O’Kane may have started as class projects, but they quickly became much more. I am so happy with the stories I got to share in so many different ways, and I hope you’ll take the time to interact with these projects if you haven’t already.
Gotten some crazy blog stats!
As of 2020, I have readers in over 75 countries around the world and over 12,000 website visits! Thank you all for contributing to this goal!
Joined the Champlain Marketing team as a Media Team Intern!
I love my job at Champlain! Getting to write so many varied articles that are read by so many past, present, and future Champlain students and families is truly a privilege. Some of my favorite pieces include A Guide to Quarantine Mental Health, Epidemic Etiquette: Being a Good Citizen in a College Community, and Five Things Students are Getting Used to on College Campuses this Fall.
And published more writing than ever!
In the past two years, I have published over 200 total posts and written over 140,000 words for the blog! I’m so grateful that there are people out there who are reading and enjoying the content I work so hard on.
Thank you so much for your support so far! Although my life will soon be going through a lot of changes as I graduate from Champlain College and potentially begin my graduate education, I hope to continue the work I’m doing here as much as possible. I’d love to have you along for the ride!