5 Investments Every Post Grad Should Make

It’s been 4 months since May graduation (omg!) and I’m finally starting to get this “adulting thing” under my belt. Just in case you’re also trying to get your act together, I wanted to create a little guide for what I consider the 5 best investments you can make as a recent college grad! (FYI: this can apply to literally anyone) ONE – FURNITURE // If you read my story about how I ended up in Old Town, you’d understand that I pretty much dropped everything at college to take an internship, sans furniture. Sure, I’ve accumulated… View Post

Overcoming Burnout

I’ll let you in on a little secret. You can’t always a be a “yes girl.” Believe me, I’ve tried. I have a pretty obsessive personality; when I find something I love, I put 150% into it, and want to do whatever I can to help it succeed. For me, it’s led to so much burnout, even in the day-to-day. One of my close friends recently shared the quote that keeps him in check: “a little bit a lot.” I work in a super fast-paced field, which typically results in a lot of tasks at… View Post

Morning Musings: 6.12.17

  I bought my first french press and it’s life-changing. I love having a reason to invest in myself in the morning. I’m always open to suggestions and recommendations – what’s your favorite coffee? Every Type-A workaholic needs a kick-butt planner. The Day Designer (and their free printables, hint hint, nudge nudge) is changing my life, one to-do-list at a time. Love a good breakfast but hate rushing to work in the a.m.? Word to the wise, meal prep your breakfast ahead of time. Add this bomb sausage-veggie fritatta recipe to this week’s lineup. Your… View Post

Escape the (Comfort) Zone

Let’s get personal- First things first. Hi, my name is Sarah (you know that), and I have always been absolutely terrified of getting out of my comfort zone. I grew up in the same county in which I attended elementary, middle, high school and college. I recently made the biggest jump of my entire life, and it changed everything (for the better). I’m not a risk-taker. In fact, for the longest time I was the exact opposite. I grew up with an energetic best friend who was always on the verge of doing the craziest, most daring… View Post

Easy Winter Style with Rhea Footwear

Trench Coat • Chambray button-down (similar, on sale!) • Chunky sweater (similar) Leather leggings (on sale!) • Leather booties (c/o) • Crossbody • Watch Two things about Winter in Western PA: It can get a little intense: cold weather, wind & lots of ice It lasts forever. A few years back, I had a snow day in mid-April. Mid-APRIL. That just isn’t okay. Lucky for us, winter this year seems bit milder than normal, despite frigid temp drops here and there. Not too bad, but requires lots of layering. Going to college in Western PA can… View Post