Travel

Running Your First Race: The Good, The Bad, and the Injuries

Running Your First Race: The Good, The Bad, and the Injuries

As most of you know, Shannon is a big runner. This girl made a 10-miler last fall look like a light, casual jog. Somehow, she managed to convince me that, not only should I run, I should run a half marathon with her in the […]

How to Make Philly Your New Home

How to Make Philly Your New Home

We’ve got a fun guest post for you today– our pal, Kasia over at Ampersand is sharing all the suggestions about how to make a new city… yours. The post is technically about Philadelphia BUT the ideas apply to many cities. Give it a read and then […]

Internship Etiquette 101: School-Year Positions

Internship Etiquette 101: School-Year Positions

Over the years, we have had a combined total of nine internships. Some were during the summer, some were during the school year. Some were remote and some were in offices. Needless to say, we’ve been around the block a couple times when it comes […]

Neighborhood Guide: Eastern Market

Neighborhood Guide: Eastern Market

The Washington, DC metro area (or the DMV) is full of fun, independently unique neighborhoods. For our first Neighborhood Guide, we’d like to start in Capitol Hill. Because the ‘Capitol Hill’ neighborhood is so large, we’re going to break it down for you piece by piece- […]

48 Hours in Pittsburgh, PA

48 Hours in Pittsburgh, PA

It’s safe to say that Pittsburgh is one of my favorite cities. I went to college in Pittsburgh so some of my favorite memories and favorite people are there. The Steel City is definitely underrated and not usually a place most 20-somethings think of as […]