My Daddy Raised A Feminist And I Couldn’t Be Happier

At midnight on Feb 15th, 2016, I got a call from my dad. Sometimes he calls for serious things like family emergencies or to remind me that I left a scented candle lit and unattended in my room, again. Other times he calls me for silly things like to remind me that I need to … Continue Reading

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The Ten Commandments of Twitter

As the made-up-in-my-mind milestone of my 8,000th tweet approaches I have a confession to make: Hello, my name is Angela Myers, it’s been 34 seconds since my last tweet, and I am a twitterholic. Phew that feels good to get off my chest. No, but seriously. I joined twitter at the innocent age of 17 … Continue Reading

DIY Engagement Photos on a Budget

Engagement photos are extremely expensive! And as college students, my fiance and I chose not to have a professional do our photos. Here is a must-have list of some tips and ideas for taking your own engagement photos! Things You Need A willing family member or friend with a nice camera A Pinterest board with … Continue Reading

The Ultimate College Packing List

Today I’m sharing my ultimate college packing list as I go into my sophomore year of college! There are so many posts about how much you desperately need to bring all these crazy things. Because college living spaces are notoriously undersized, over-packing can be a big issue. When it comes to actually packing what you … Continue Reading

#ShareWhatMatters

Share What Matters is a movement defined by two key elements: 1. We have the power in 2016 to determine what is trending. We can use that ability to shift the negativity on social media and change it into a tool for greatness. 2. We all have a story. You have a story and something … Continue Reading

Creating Safe Writing Spaces for Girls and Women

This article is a part of the #ShareWhatMatters campaign, a movement dedicated to sharing positivity, gratitude, activism and the stories that really matter.  As girls who later become women, our first serious encounters with writing start in nursery school. After more or less grasping A-Z, with some discrepancies on what’s a lowercase “b” versus a … Continue Reading

14 Must-See Tips & Tricks For New Bloggers

This is an older post, recently refreshed for additional insights and tips into the magically evolving blogging world. My name is Lexi Herrick, the founder of HerTrack.com and blogging has changed my life. It’s become a roller coaster of opportunity and I have learned the ups and downs of managing a website and being a … Continue Reading

7 Habits of the Insanely Productive

Whether you are still in school or are beginning the journey of full-time employment, productivity is one of the main things that will get you where you want to be. However, being productive on a consistent basis is a seriously difficult feat. Here are some painless tips to get you started. All-right, these are almost … Continue Reading

21 Tips For Making The Most Of Your Internship

I’m what you would call a perpetual intern. Seriously, I have had consecutive internships since I was a senior in high school. Even throughout the school years, I have remained an intern part-time. Through these incredible experiences have absorbed a few pieces of wisdom along the way that you may find helpful in your own … Continue Reading

70 Little Tips That Can Change A Girl’s Life

“A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.”- Coco Chanel Understand that being fabulous also means having a fabulous mind. Eat bananas when you have cramps, because they are the perfect cure. So is chocolate ice cream, in my opinion. Go a few days without wearing an ounce of make up, and it will … Continue Reading