G’Bye G’ville

I understand this post’s title is fairly misleading. I’m not actually saying “goodbye” to Greenville forever. But, for a reflection post about my journey and experience with this blog project, it felt clever and just the right amount of sentimental. Becoming a Digital Diva In her article titled “At Last: Youth Culture and Digital Media: … Continue reading G’Bye G’ville


Social Success

It’s hard to remember life before social media, isn’t it? For most millennials, the days before Snapchat and Instagram are like a dark age-- hard to remember and not nearly as “fun.” I put “fun” in quotations because I want to think deeper about what social media means for our identities. And I am not … Continue reading Social Success

Confessions of a (Savvy) Shopaholic

Nothing clears your mind like a good shopping trip. Getting a group of friends together, or even shopping solo, is the cure of all school-related ails. However, shopping can be expensive and cause more stress than relaxation, especially when shopping for women’s clothing in a city as retail-heavy as Greenville. Whether you are a female … Continue reading Confessions of a (Savvy) Shopaholic

Crucial Blogging Elements: Verified Facts & Storytelling

The rise of digital media is exciting, but it is also somewhat bittersweet. In chapter eight of his book, Writing & Editing for Digital Media, Brian Carroll points out that the increase in digital media publications' popularity has caused traditional media outlets, specifically newspapers, to suffer. Between 2007 and 2011, newspapers were the fastest declining U.S. … Continue reading Crucial Blogging Elements: Verified Facts & Storytelling