Tips for First Time Cruisers

Cruises are one of the most popular ways to vacation. From the on-board entertainment to the destinations, cruises are one way to travel in style and experience some amazing cities along the way. I personally have only been on one cruise, but some things you learn very quickly and what to do on a cruise…

The Importance of Having a Hobby as a College Student

College is hard. I don’t think that this is really a surprising statement. The thing is, college isn’t supposed to be easy, it is supposed to prepare you for your future career. Along with all of your exams, essays and presentations, it is important to have an outlet outside of your college life to relax….

Mardi Gras – Mobile, Alabama

Just about everyone has heard of Mardi Gras and probably has an idea in their minds of what it is. Unfortunately, many only credit New Orleans with the beginning and the continuing festivities that have become a trademark of the Mardi Gras season. Mardi Gras actually began in Mobile, Alabama in the late 1800s and…

Why Everyone Should Participate in a Color Run

If you have never actually participated in a color run, chances are you have at least heard of it. If you are unfamiliar, a color run is a 5k run (about 3.1 miles) and as you run the course, each checkpoint, that usually is equivalent to a kilometer you complete, a different colored powder is…

Pensacola

Pensacola is one of my favorite cities to visit because it is a fairly large city that feels like a small town. From entertainment to dining, Pensacola has something┬áthat everyone can enjoy. McGuire’s Irish Pub (McGuire’s Website): McGuire’s is a quirky restaurant whose menu ranges from seafood to steak to burgers. The overall environment is…

New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana is easily one of the most recognizable cities in the United States. Usually the first thought that comes to mind when New Orleans is mentioned is Mardi Gras. Although Mardi Gras is a huge part of the culture of New Orleans, and does affect the city longer than just the Mardi Gras…

Women’s March on Washington

On January 21, 2017 women from all over the country, young and old, took to the streets of Washington D.C. to voice their concern for their rights in relation to the new presidency. The march was not limited to Washington and many cities all over the country including New York City, New Orleans and Las…