Washington, D.C

Aysia Woods’ 7 Favorite DC Spots

Aysia Woods’ 7 Favorite DC Spots

We’re so excited to have Aysia Woods guest post today on You, Me & DC! Aysia calls herself a “professional people gatherer” and guys, she is amazing at it. Philadelphia born and raised, Washington DC educated (fellow GW alum!), Aysia brings many years of experience […]

Five Coffee Shops in Eastern Market to Check Out

Five Coffee Shops in Eastern Market to Check Out

If you know anything about me you know I┬álove my neighborhood. I’ve lived in Eastern Market for two years and truly I don’t ever want to leave (even though we’re moving in January). In an attempt to tell you just how much I love my […]

The History of DC’s J Street

The History of DC’s J Street

One of the most interesting (and confusing) things about DC is the layout of the city. The streets all follow a pattern, but unless you looked into the history of the grid, you wouldn’t catch the pattern. I’ve been coming to DC since I was […]

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 […]

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 […]