This autumn, I went on a lovely hike in the Appalachian mountains of Western Maryland with my best friend Jenna. Mindful of how busy the A.T. can be during the Maryland leaf peak, we hit the trail early in the morning. I left my house at 6:30am...I was ready in less than 15 minutes from … Continue reading Autumn Morning on the Maryland A.T.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented obstacles into many lives. One of the more minor obstacles is the ability to get out of the house and travel. My family's solution has been camping. The outdoors are much safer when it comes to COVID-19 and we are still able to see different surroundings. Campsite Although I … Continue reading Rocky Gap Camping Trip
"I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery--air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, 'This is what it is to be happy.'" -Sylvia Plath To many, including myself, being immersed into the outdoors is a unique experience. There is infinite freedom and simplicity to nature that causes me to feel relaxed and at peace. … Continue reading Protect What We Love: Earth
This article was originally written for the nonprofit: Arts Help. l am a contract volunteer journalist for Arts Help. Check out more articles by the other writers! Museums are a staple of most cities and communities; they bring education, cultural immersion, and unity. Famous institutions like the Louvre in Paris or the Smithsonian in Washington … Continue reading Why Your Local Museum Deserves Your Love