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12 Books For People Who Love Books

FFL loves books and we love helping you find the next book you're going to devour and want to talk about for months to come. Today, let's take a look at  books that are prime reading material for people who love books. You know them as books about other books, books about amazing and impressive libraries, books with bookseller protagonist, and books that simply allow [...]

The Ultimate 2019 Oscars Drinking Or Exercise Game

The star-studded film of the year is set for February 24th, and if you love celebrities, movies, red carpet gaffes and Hollywood trash-talking Trump, you're going to want to tune in. Every year I make it a goal to see the majority of the Best Picture nominees, though I'm still [...]

What’s Going On In Venezuela? Let’s Break It Down

The South American country of Venezuela has been in the news for a few weeks now, but between their tanking economy due to socialist policies and the battle over who is truly the president, it can be hard to follow. At FFL, we want to help you stay informed and [...]

6 Highlights From Trump’s State of The Union

After some back and forth over when and where it would happen, President Donald Trump finally delivered his second State of the Union Address on February 5. Now that the government is open again, Trump moved on to discussing some of his administrations' successes over the past two years and calling for [...]

Your Official 2019 State of the Union Drinking Or Exercise Game

After an intense back and forth between President Donald Trump and Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, the State of the Union is back on. After being cancelled/postponed during the government shutdown, Trump will finally address the nation on Tuesday February 5, 2019 from the floor of the House. Here at [...]

7 Books And Planners To Help You Budget Like A Pro

When I graduated from college and entered the real world, I quickly realized that I had no idea how to budget. In fact, I had simply never done it before. I spent what I wanted in college, never that much, and pretty much knew I wasn't going to go broke [...]

7 Inspiring Female Memoirs Every Young Woman Should Read

The importance of a good book cannot be understated. While I tend towards fiction myself and love losing myself in a good story, I've been increasingly reading more and more nonfiction, especially memoirs and autobiographies.  There are people out there that have lived absolutely fascinating lives and their stories are [...]

7 Essentials That Will Help You Slay Your Online Classes

When I started my masters program back in August, it was my first time ever taking an online class. All thirty-six classes of my undergraduate career took place in a wood-paneled classroom or under-heated lecture hall, so an adjustment had to be made. I talked to a lot of people [...]

BOOK REVIEW: Every Monday Matters Is The Book You Need To Slay 2019

In Every Monday Matters, Matthew Emerzian presents an alternative to the weekly devotional for non-religious folks or individuals looking for a self-help supplement to help them start every week off on the right foot and grow in their goals. With chapters based around setting goals for the week and taking action to obtain [...]

5 Women Share Why They March For Life

The March for Life is an annual rally to mobilize pro-life individuals in a public way. On Friday, January 18th, the world's largest pro-life event will take to the streets of Washington, D.C.  once again. While the main event takes place in the nation's capital, there are local marches all [...]

5 Spring Events You Don’t Want To Miss In DC

Every day in DC offers boundless opportunities for growth and experience, especially if you're into politics, but I feel as if Spring 2019 is a bit stacked. If you're nearby, come visit for a day or a weekend and take in the amazing opportunity to network with like-minded individuals. Whether [...]