By: Anne b
Happy Friday Junior Ramblers! In case you haven’t guessed it already from listening to the podcast or following our social media, today we are talking about how I got to meet my biological Vietnamese family! If you have been with us since the beginning of time, then you already know that I, Anne, was adopted when I was 8 months old. In case you didn’t know that, here is the blog post I wrote in January about my adoption and all that. At the end of that post, I said that I wanted to visit Vietnam and my Vietnamese family this summer. Well, guess what? I did just that
By: Bailey G.
Something I wanted to blog about today is around relationships in your twenties, and how it can be so difficult to understand what’s right, what’s wrong, and what you want. It’s navigating endless waters and different turns, not knowing what’s around each bend. And I’m not even talking romantic relationships, but all important connections that you make during this time.
By Bailey G
I know we’re a bit behind schedule, things have been a bit crazy since both Ann and I are in New York this week! Usually this would be a Monday blog, but we Tuesday work too. I’m super excited for my New York trip, which I’ll blog about later on next week. In the meantime, though, this week is about living with your significant other.
My boyfriend, Tomas, is on a flight back from Italy as we speak, making a quick stop in Montana before coming down here next week. Now, this will be our third summer in a row living together, and we hope to permanently live together as soon as he graduates from MSU. Living with your SO can be hard, but in my opinion, it is the best thing ever. I love the summer time specifically for that reason, because living with Tomas is a true joy. Hopefully these helpful tips below will help you also find joy in living with your SO!
By anne b.
Hello Ramblers! I hope you guys are having a great week! I am having such a fun week as it is my Spring Break and I have been road tripping around Vermont and skiing. Anyways, if you’ve read Bailey’s blog and listened to the podcast, then you probably noticed the reoccurring theme of friendship. One of the big things we mentioned about friendships is how hard it is to make new friends as young adults, especially after college.
by anne b.
Happy Valentine’s Day Ramblers!
No matter if you’re spending it with your significant other, friends, family, pets, or by yourself; I hope you have a wonderful day filled with love. After all, isn’t that what Valentine’s Day is all about? Love, whether it’s romantic or other? As someone who has spent all 21 of her Valentines as a single girl, I have learned that you can celebrate Valentine’s Day and have a fun and enjoyable time no matter what your relationship status is.
By: Bailey G.
Hi Ramblers, It’s the season of love, and all the happy feelings are in the air! To all of you who are celebrating Valentine’s day on Thursday, congratulations! And to those who are in long distance relationships or practicing self-love this holiday, I’m sending you good vibes as well. This season, my boyfriend is studying abroad in Italy, so we’re not able to do gifts this year. However, almost seven years of gift giving has definitely given me some great experience in that department! So if you’ll still needing ideas to inspire your Valentine’s Day, check them out below!
By anne b.
Welcome Ramblers to my humble blog post! Grab yourself a cup of your favorite drink and get cozy because today, I am going to tell you everything I know on my biological Vietnamese family. Now, I already talked about my Vietnamese family a little bit in the podcast. However, since the universe likes to work in funny ways, I received a big load of news literally less than 24 hours after recording this week’s podcast. So, here is a blog post to update all of you and to clarify any questions you might have had after listening to the podcast!
By Anne B.
“We accept the love we think we deserve.” ~ Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Hello lovely Ramblers,
Go grab yourself some tea, coffee, whiskey... or whatever your favorite beverage is and get ready for a roller coaster ride. Because today, we are exploring that deep, dark place I typically ignore as I talk about the emotions, hookups, and ghosts of my life.
By Bailey G.
So today we’re getting personal with our relationships theme this week. As a young adult, navigating the rocky world of relationships amongst a sea of Tinders, hookups, ghosting, and dating...it can seem like a daunting task to find someone who at the very least is going to be able to hold a semi-interesting conversation.