Hello everyone! I’ve noticed that a majority of my posts have been about my adventures, and while I love documenting these ridiculous stories that even sometimes I can’t believe, I’d also like for you all to know a little bit more about the girl behind the computer. The being said, here are ten random facts that you might not have guessed about me 🙂 Enjoy!   I am an avid Comic-Con goer; this will be my eighth year attending San Diego Comic-Con! I was named after Caroline Kennedy. When I asked my father why, he said that he admired how much JFK loved his children, and so he hoped to love me as much as JFK loved his Caroline (aw!). I work in software, which is a field I never envisioned myself in, but I am extremely excited for this change of pace in my life. Though I recently just… View Post

Looking back, I would say this is probably one of the best trips of my life hands down. There wasn’t one minute during this trip where I was upset, seriously! And I was with THREE other girls; you would think some dumb argument is bound to occur but that didn’t even happen! This trip all started with me wanting to go back to Hawaii because I am Hawaii-obsessed. In December of last year, I asked my friend Gina if she would be down to go back to Kona, in which she said she was. A couple weeks later, she told me she wouldn’t be able to go, so the search for another Hawaii buddy was on. This is where Michelle comes in. Michelle and I have been friends for well over four years now, and she’s truly one of the sweetest girls I know. We weren’t that good of a… View Post

New Orleans is the second to last city on my U.S destination list, and I am SO happy I got to check off this city on my list. We got into New Orleans at 1 AM, and our Airbnb host was so kind to let us in at 2 AM and show us what we needed to know when we finally got to her house. We woke up the next morning ready to explore the city, and ended up catching the bus over at the University of New Orleans which took us to the French Quarter. The French Quarter was beyond what I imagined. The architecture of the homes there are so beautiful; the balconies were stunning and the homes were painted so colorfully and decorated with pots of flowers left and right. The French Quarter itself is bustling, but not in the NYC kind of way. It’s more settle,… View Post

I wish I had more to say about my second trip to Miami, but I didn’t dare venture out outside my comfort zone while I was there. It was also a very short trip— trust me when I say you need more than 2.5 days in Miami. Since the trip was so short, I only was able to get a few photos, so my apologies for the lack of visual content! Thank goodness I was only there just 5 months ago! I promise you’ll find my original Miami post (which you can find here) much more humorous and entertaining. However, I did have a wonderful time in Miami the second time around. I met my friend Natalie and her friend Joe at the Miami airport (they flew in a few days prior to my arrival date), and we headed to Fort Lauderdale to grab some lunch before heading to the beach. The… View Post

To summarize college in approximately one microsoft word page single spaced is honestly asking to do the impossible; I’m pretty sure I could write a 300 page novel about the wonders of my time at San Diego State University. Alas, no one has time for that, so I will do my best. I graduated from SDSU this past Sunday with a B.A. in Communication. As that day came to a close, I couldn’t help but reflect on the most life changing chapter of my life. College was hands down the best four years of my life. It’s a whirlwind of emotions that can sometimes be indescribable. One week you’ll feel happy, excited, ambitious, and courageous (this is most likely during syllabus week, fyi), and then the next you’ll feel stressed, anxious, angry, and helpless (this is most likely after syllabus week, fyi). College is a four year long emotional roller… View Post