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TaylorBerhow

Why You Should Choose to Cry and Cry to Choose

Scavenger hunts are among my most favorite things in the world. Have you heard of geo-caching? It’s like treasure hunting for adults, and if I could spend my time doing anything that I wanted, much of it would be spent…

Happy International Women’s Day!

I’m immensely grateful for presence of powerful, strong, inspirational, women in my life. I’ve loved using this day as an opportunity to think about all the wonderful ways women have contributed to this world. I could share my thoughts…

Days Like Today

On days like today, it’s hard for me to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Days of long classes, unpaid internships, and restless nights filled with rowdy dreams that stick in my mind like a piece…

I Hope I Get To Meet Your Family

I met my closest friend, Taylor, approximately 21 years, 7 months, and 15 days ago and a few years later, on the first day of fifth grade, we had our first fight: I wanted to play basketball at recess and she wanted…

What My iPhone Taught Me About Faith

There is a corner of my brain in charge of storing the memories I want to forget about, but can’t. Things like: a number of awkward first kisses, wetting the bed once when I was a senior in high school (an…

We May As Well Do It Together

Earlier this week, flying home to Salt Lake City from the midwest, I arrived at the airport a little bit early so I could walk up and down the terminals and people watch (one of my favorite pastimes). I saw…

All Roads Lead to the Mountain Tops

My favorite childhood memories are beautiful and vivid: exploring colorful canyons of the vast Utah wilderness, climbing tangled cottonwood trees, and roasting marshmallows over crackling, smoky fires. I remember playing Capture the Flag under a deep summer sky filled with shimmering stars,…