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The 2019 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother's Day is just around the corner, so it's time to start shopping so we don't end up running to CVS for cards and flowers at the last second. Though, I've never met a mother who doesn't love an Edible Arrangement. If you're looking for a gift for your mom, look no further. Whether [...]

The Ultimate Summer Reading List For The Conservative Woman

Summer time is the perfect time to pick up a great book and expand your horizons. Whether it's building your confidence in your professional development or being a conservative woman, here are 11 books to devour during your time at the beach, traveling, and everything in between this summer. Sisters [...]

The Easiest Lie To Tell

My dad has given me a lot of advice throughout my life. Like most girls growing up, I didn’t listen to as much of it as I probably should have. But one thing he told me that has stuck with me is that the easiest lie to tell someone is [...]

5 Ted Talks About Happiness You Need to Watch

Who doesn't want to be happier? To get more out of the day? To cry less, feel alone less, enjoy the world less? It can be hard to think about happiness sometimes because it's such an abstract concept. What makes me happy may not make you happy, and vice versa. However, in recent [...]

4 Things I Learned From Living In DC For A Semester

Moving to DC can be very intimidating. Depending on where you’re coming from, it may be a huge change when it comes to city size, tempo, and culture. When I moved I had a few ideas of what it would be like, but I was pretty unsure of what exactly [...]

PODCAST REVIEW: Unfit to Print With Amber Athey

If you're the kind of person who is constantly complaining to your friends about actual fake news or insane media bias, boy have I got the podcast for you. Unfit to Print, a new podcast from host Amber Athey, tackles media misinformation, fake news, editorializing in the name of facts, [...]

Joe Biden’s 12 Worst Gaffes

Joe Biden has officially announced his candidacy for President of the United States. Joe Biden is a man that is no stranger to controversy especially when it involves himself. From his overly-touchy demeanor to him dropping out of the 1988 Presidential Election because of accusations of plagiarism. Here, I am [...]

10 Things Every Woman Should Have By The Time She’s 21

Adulthood can seem like a foreign concept sometimes, but I like to think some of us are slowly figuring it out. Along the way,  you acquire a LOT of things, but it becomes abundantly clear what you need, what you don't need, and what is an essential for adulthood. The [...]

FFL Reading Challenge: 8 Books Becoming Movies In 2019

2019 is going to be a huge year for movies. Remade Disney classics, superheroes, and my personal favorite: book adaptations. The FFL reading challenge asks you to read a book becoming a movie in 2019 and I highly recommend heading to see the adaptation in theaters when they premiere. Here are eight books becoming movies in 2019 that you can read and [...]

A Conservative Case For Cannabis

I’m a straight-edge conservative girl. In college, I was given the position of pro-legalization of marijuana for a persuasive paper. I was a “tough on crime” Republican. There was no way I was going to actually believe what I was writing, until I found myself learning more, agreeing, and writing [...]