As a stylish academic, I wanted to give you a glimpse into my academic life. I recently graduated from Saint Mary’s College of California, where I studied English and History. I now attend law school at The College of William & Mary. A bit about me? I adore a well-organized planner, especially a color-coded one. As a Type-A personality, I enjoy turning imperfections into something bold. I like the personal touches in life and collect stationary! I am a self-proclaimed french fry connoisseur, and I appreciate a healthy dose of sarcasm.
On the stylish front, I mix my west coast roots with east coast admiration. I describe my personal style as bohemian prep: casual California vibes balanced with a classic flair and a touch of gingham. I believe the best accessory is confidence.
I started Bottled Creativity because I had a creative writing professor who told me I should. Over the years, my blog has become a space for strong women who are intelligent and driven but love the feminine things in life. We see the media rip on intelligent women for not being feminine enough or being too feminine. Well, I object. I believe in the power of women, and believe that intelligent and stylish is not an oxymoron. I believe women can love style and feminine details just as much as we love academia or our professions. I’ve cultivated a space that offers books reviews, style, and honest reflections on life as a young professional or stylish academic.
I also started Bottled Creativity because when I was applying for college I did not have as much guidance as I wanted. It’s my hope that my blog can answer questions you may have about college or law school. Whether you want to know more about academics, social issues, or just general life questions that arise as a young professional, this blog is for you!
Bottled Creativity offers a balance of stylish and academic posts. What does this mean, you ask? You will find posts ranging from the stylish (casual fashion, internship attire, law school style, college wear, etc.) to academic (how to do well in school, applying to law school, getting involved, writing papers, etc.) So, pour yourself a cup of coffee and I wish you happy reading. Please comment on posts you enjoy; I value your thoughts and feedback!
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