All Posts By:

Chelsea Rounsley

  • Culture, Relationships

    Why Dating Rules Aren’t Necessary

    There are many dating rules out there; some are widely accepted, some aren’t. Ultimately, they serve as guidelines to help you have a positive experience in your relationship, which I am totally behind. However, I’m also here to say that some rules are trite and unnecessary.

  • Culture, Life

    What to Do When You Feel Lost

    There’s a certain age where we’re expected to “find ourselves.” During this time, we shape our world view, discover our strengths, and decide what we want to do with our lives. It’s simple enough on paper, but these things are in fact hard to come by. It’s very easy to feel lost on this self-discovery journey, but you aren’t alone. When you feel lost, here are a few things you can do to help yourself.

  • Culture, Travel

    Room-Saving Tips for Packing Your Suitcase

    Your big trip is almost underway, but you still need to pack. Whether you’re going on a small vacation, a fancy excursion, or a business trip, packing can be a hassle, especially when you have limitations on suitcases and carry-ons. Here are a few tips to help you maximize your luggage space for your future trip.

  • Culture, Entertainment, Movies

    Mandatory Summer Blockbusters

    With the hottest time of the year comes some of the hottest and most anticipated films. While some might find this summer’s lineup a bit flat with its array of sequels (Pirates of the Caribbean, Cars, Planet of the Apes), there are still some that seem worth your while.

  • Holidays, Living

    Mother’s Day Excursion and Experience Gift Ideas

    Scented candles and scarves are all fine and good, but sometimes we want a unique gift for our mothers. Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate your mom and thank her for all that she does, and sometimes an experience speaks more than a present. Rather than stressing over what to wrap up for mom, here are some experience and excursion ideas to give to her.

  • Culture, Life

    Life After Graduation: What They Don’t Tell You

    There are many things we come to expected about life after graduation. You get your degree, you look for a job to start paying off loan debt, or perhaps you look ahead to postgraduate programs. While these things are commonplace, some things happen after you graduate that you didn’t count on. To help you prepare, here is a list of a few things you might not have known about or considered.

  • Food

    Delivery Services for Meal Ingredients: Are They Worth It

    Delivery services for meals are becoming more and more popular. I’m not referring to take out or Postmates; I mean services that deliver ingredients. There are several up and coming services that deliver fresh ingredients and recipe cards to you. However, just because they’re trendy, does that make them good? I sure think so! Here are some perks to having a meal delivery service.

  • Food

    Baking Hacks for Missing Ingredients

    Most of us have been there at one point. You’re ready to make that cake recipe you set aside, you open your fridge, and you realize there are no eggs. Guess that means the whole thing is for naught, right? Luckily, no.