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The Bachelorette Bracket Cheat Sheet for Becca

The Bachelorette Bracket Cheat Sheet for Becca

It’s the best time of the year–the time we pour over Bachelorette contestant photos and bios, trying to figure out the best odds for our Bachelorette fantasy brackets. This season ABC waited a while to announce the Bachelorette cast members. But they finally spilled the beans (to those of us who don’t follow spoilers). I kept with my tradition of compiling a simple printable Bachelorette […]

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Highlights of Torun, Poland, as a solo traveler

Highlights of Torun, Poland, as a solo traveler

Growing up in the same state as Carhenge, my barometer for the ambiguous term “interesting” was set to a different level than many of my peers. In travel, I find the unusual and less-frequented sights as enjoyable as the storied and iconic ones. The Eiffel Tower is your must-see structure in Paris for good reason, but Oscar Wilde’s tomb in Père Lachaise is strangely unforgettable, […]

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What is project pan and why would you do it?

What is project pan and why would you do it?

I’ve been tracking “Project Pans” for months now. Keeping an ongoing project pan was even one of my 2018 goals. Watching certain members of the “project panning” community on YouTube, this language became very natural to me. Leading me to forget that perhaps it wasn’t as natural to others! So what is project pan? “Pan” is the term that refers to when you hit the […]

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About me: Nebraskan by birth. Notre Dame ’11 by choice. Spent a year living in Poland with the Fulbright program. History M.A. Living, breathing, marketing the travel industry.

 

Writes about: List making and productivity. Travel. Self improvement. The Bachelor/Bachelorette. Makeup. My summer mix series.

 

Likes: My dog. Collecting snowglobes. Too many television shows. Concerts and festivals. Wine, craft beer, old fashioneds, and cigars. Thinking about my imaginary PhD thesis entitled, “Every Rose Has Its Thorns: Television Tourism, Cultural Appropriation, and Sexualization of the ‘Native’ on The Bachelor.”