The Blog
This blog has existed in some iteration since May 2013, when I was finishing up my freshman year of high school. Back then this blog was a "fashion" blog, and I use that term about as loosely as possible. Now over five years and a major rebrand and a couple of design "facelifts" later, this blog has transformed to be a place where I share my thoughts and feelings on just about anything from sports to college life to style to career stuff. I try to write weekly long(ish)-form posts on whatever sparked my interest recently.



The Blogger
But who am I? My name is Julianna Kearney if you couldn't tell by the title of the blog. ;) I am a junior at the University of Alabama (Roll Tide!!) studying public relations, marketing, and history and pursuing dual degrees in Communications and Business.

Basically, I spend most of my life in four academic buildings that are luckily all near each other, and I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. But if I am not in one of those buildings, I am probably at my sorority house, where I actually live, which is conveniently located right next to my favorite building, Reese Phifer, the beautiful communications building on the corner across from the Quad.

I am so grateful to go to the University of Alabama and be studying what I am studying. I couldn't ask for a better place to call home. RTR


Since I've told you all about what I am studying, you might be thinking: well, what do you want to do with that? Short answer: Sports. Long answer: While I don't know exactly what specific realm I want to work in, I've known I wanted to work in sports since I was in middle school. Starting in eighth grade, I was the manager/student athletic trainer for my school's football team, and I fell in love with not only football but with sports in general. A year later, I joined my high school's newspaper as a freshman, and I discovered how much I loved to write, especially about sports. I spent the next four years pretty much only writing sports articles and that became my thing, so I thought why not turn what I love into a career?