Softly call the Muster, let comrade answer "Here."

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Texas A&M Muster
This was not the original post I planned for today, but today is too important of a day to not acknowledge it. 

Throughout the year, it is so easy to get caught up in the competition with other people around you and forget that we are all in this journey together. This is why Muster is my favorite tradition at Texas A&M. We put everything aside and take a day to lean on each other for support during what has been a difficult year for some. For those of my readers who aren't Aggies, Muster is a time for us to celebrate and honor the lives of other Aggies who are no longer with us. 

Lilly for Target

Thursday, April 16, 2015









Every sorority girl across the United States died from sheer happiness when Lilly Pulitzer and Target announced their new collection - I mean, let's be real. I flipped out. My boyfriend thought something horrible happened because I kept holding my hand up in the air trying to say "Holy crap, what is this amazingness?" but no words would fall out of my mouth.

5 Types of Cover Letters Hiring Managers Don't Want To Read

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

how to write a cover letter

Almost two years ago, I was fresh out of college searching for a company to join to begin my next chapter of my life. I remember having no clue what to write when companies asked for cover letters when applying for a position. I googled samples and the things that would come out were just horrible. Let me tell you, out of all the applications I was required to send a cover letter with my resume, I only had one company ask for an interview. 

Fast forward to today. Now, I'm in a position of hiring people - which is totally weird to me - and the cover letters that hit my inbox can really blow my mind sometimes...in a bad way. I finally understand why I received so very many rejection letters.