Traveling Back to My Hometown

Traveling Back to My Hometown

As Published in Miss Millennia Magazine The strangest feeling are the rush of memories that wash over you when you step foot on the old soil of your hometown. It isn’t the intricate arrangement of buildings, city lights or sounds that draw you into that pool of mind-refreshing energy, but the people you cared about [...]

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Quick Tips On Traveling Abroad

Quick Tips On Traveling Abroad

As Published in Miss Millennia Magazine Taking the time to clear your schedule and pack your bags for relaxation isn’t the only thing you have to worry about when planning a trip abroad. Thinking ahead is the difference between what could make or break a trip, but don’t panic. We’ve listed a few tips below [...]

The Top Five Staycation Ideas

The Top Five Staycation Ideas

Looking for interesting ways to vacation without breaking the bank? Try these five staycation ideas to keep the summer fun going. 1. Go on a geocaching adventure. Geocaching was first coined by Matt Stum on the "GPS Stash Hunt" back in 2000. It is an outdoor treasure hunting game that uses GPS-enabled devices. Those willing [...]

The Environmental Benefits of Vegetarianism

The Environmental Benefits of Vegetarianism

As Published in Miss Millennia Magazine. Are you thinking about becoming a vegetarian but not sure what some of the benefits are of making the lifestyle transition? One factor actually involves the environment. Check out the info-graphic below for ways in which vegetarianism could help save the environment. Sources: http://www.wfp.org/hunger; www.smallplanet.org; http://www.vegsoc.org/environment/why%20its%20green%20final%20small.pdf; Vegetarian Society of the UK; Vegetarian Society of [...]

Flying Over The Atlantic

Why We Still Need Strong Female Role Models As Published by Miss Millennia Magazine “I am sure he said to himself, ‘Watch me make them scamper,’” she said. She stood her ground as the aircraft came close. “I did not understand it at the time, but I believe that little red airplane said something to [...]

Writing Through Writer’s Block

Writing Through Writer’s Block

"Bad writers are bad because they stop too soon. In fact, let’s take a step back. The only quality, I think, that marks the writer as different from everyone else is simply an unwillingness to quit. Others give up when they learn writing is hard; the writer struggles on. When I sit down in front [...]

College: Take It with You When You Go

College: Take It with You When You Go

As published by Miss Millennia Magazine. It’s that time of the year when thoughts of self-reflection and planning for the hot days of summer come rushing like cool fresh water of a rapid river in to your mind. Your anticipation for the future is overwhelming and the possibility of new adventures feel just like the [...]

April Is National Autism Awareness Month

April Is National Autism Awareness Month

As published on Miss Millennia Magazine. In recent times it seems as though more children are being diagnosed with autism and, according to data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this observation seems to be true. 1 in 88 American children are diagnosed as being on the spectrum, and out of those figures, [...]

The Reward of Giving Back

As published on Miss Millennia Magazine. Why is it important to give back to the community? There are some people that walk around aimlessly chasing material things. They find everything that they are looking for, nothing of what they need. We connect with each other when share what’s in our minds, spread what’s in our [...]

The Religious Left

The Religious Left

As published in Miss Millennia Magazine. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton eloquently delivered her passionate opinion endorsing gay marriage on Monday. Republican Senator, Rob Portman of Ohio, recently reversed his opposition to gay marriage, and the President has mentioned he supported gay marriage even recently mentioning in an ABC News interview that he couldn't [...]