15 Times We Were All Hanna Marin In College

15 Times We Were All Hanna Marin In College

All the times we can relate to the sassy but classy, Hanna Marin.

Hanna Marin is a sassy, outgoing and loving character. College students relate to her more than you would think. Here are a few times we were Hanna Marin in college.

1. When your friend asks you how your exam went

We've all had those exams where we know we either passed or failed, and we definitely don't want to talk about it with our friends.

2. Going to sporting events

When you get free admission into events, why not support your school at home events and cheer on everyone.

3. Then realizing you actually have no idea what's going on

Who actually understands sports nowadays? We just go to hang out with our friends.

4. When studying all night gets the best of you

We've all had those nights that only consist of coffee, snacks and books. Who needs sleep anyways?

5. When your phone dies before noon

And you remembered you forgot your charger at home. We already know today's going to be rough.

6. When your professor changes a due date and doesn't think to mention it to you

All trust gone.

7. Having class all day and having no time to eat

This is a struggle. Trying to find time to eat during the day is a daily fight that all students face.

8. Spending hours people watching on campus

Let's be honest, we've all spent days people watching your fellow students on campus and you can't wait to tell your roommate about all the weird things you saw.

9. When your roommates want to go to Taco Bell at midnight

This is happened to us more than you could imagine. Can I just lay in bed and finish binge watching my Netflix?

10. Calling your mom to vent about your problems

It's true, calling your mom to vent about things is a normal thing to do and there's things you can't talk about with your friends that you can with your mom. Mom's are the best.

11. When your best friend is weirdly obsessed with holidays

And she get's crazy when you say you can decorate the room however you want. Holiday's are more fun when you have a best friend who goes all out.

12. Getting up at the crack of dawn to cram your last minute studying in for your exam

Even though we've spent endless hours studying, there's always that little more that we have to do. So why not wake up early to finish studying? As long as we get our coffee everything is okay.

13. And then the studying doesn't pay off and you fail the exam

One of the worst feelings in the world is studying for hours and the exam still hits you like a bus. We all have to take an "L" sometimes, right?

14. The professor that hits you with a pile of homework over the weekend

It's not like we wanted to enjoy our weekend anyways. We'll just spend Saturday and Sunday hitting the books.

15. That one weekend you and your besties are free of homework and work

It's kind of a miracle when you and all your besties are all free for the whole weekend. Time to sit in and watch movies all weekend.


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Walt Disney World Tips from a Pro

Even the experts need tips.
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I've learned a thing or two about Disney from my frequent trips there growing up. Although I would consider myself a "Disney Pro," even the pros need some help from time to time.  Here are 16 tips to take in mind during your next trip to Walt Disney World. 

Value Resorts have just as much to offer as Moderate or Deluxe Resorts.

I always hear that Value Resorts don't have as much to offer as Moderate or Deluxe Resorts, but I believe they have just as much to offer. You get the same perks you would if you stayed at Moderate Resort. Personally, I prefer staying Pop Century- this will always be my number one choice for a hotel when I go to Disney.

Get the Park Hopper Option.

Disney's Park Hopper option is a lifesaver, especially when you plan to spend 4 days at Walt Disney World. You get to experience 2 or more parks each day, which means twice the fun! My tip: try and visit all four parks in one day during your next trip!

Get the Disney Dining Plan, not the Disney Deluxe Dining Plan.

My parents made this mistake on two of our vacations. You become too focused on when you have to schedule a dinner and use your credits, instead of enjoying your trip. It will be worth it in the end.

Get Memory Maker.

Get Memory Maker to help make your trip a little easier. I recommend getting it before your trip because it is cheaper. Plus when you get home, you can customize you photos by adding boarders and stickers!

Get tons and tons of pins.

Disney has a variety of pins (they are free!) that you can get to help make your trip more magical. They have a first trip pin, a birthday pin, a celebrating pin, a just engaged pin, a just married pin, and even an anniversary pin. Make sure to grab yourself a few pins to take home!

Wear Matching Shirts.

Matching shirts bring humor to your trip. You can look back and see how silly you look wearing these over the top shirts. I used to be against them, but they are growing on me and are now a tradition in my family.

Buy Mickey Ears or a Mickey Hat.

No trip is complete without Mickey Ears or a Mickey Hat. Buy the pair that speaks to you or go with the classics. If you aren't a fan of ears, grab yourself a hat! You can customize the ears to make your trip more special. My favorite ears are my Star Wars ears (they light up), whereas my favorite hat is my graduation ears I got to remember my special day.

Download the Disney Parks app.

The Disney Parks app is a completely free app, which helps make your trip easier. You can get wait times in real time, as well as book dining, make FastPass+ reservations, and even look at your Memory Maker photos!

Character Dining isn't just for children.

You will not regret having breakfast, lunch, or dinner with the characters (even if you are an adult). Character dining helps make your trip more magical, knowing that you get to see the characters without having to stand in line. I think my personal favorite character dining has to be either Tusker House at Animal Kingdom (breakfast with Mickey and his safari friends) or Cinderella's Royal Table at Magic Kingdom (breakfast with Cinderella and the princesses).

You will have to stand in line at some point.

Unfortunately, you will have to stand in line at some point, whether it be to see a character or get on a ride or waiting for the bus, you will have to stand for long periods of time. My tip: wear comfortable shoes, it makes all the difference.

One word: FastPass+.

Get FastPass+ reservations 30 days in advance (if you have a reservation). FastPass+ is a game changer for Disney. Make sure to get FastPass+ for rides you really want to get on or for rides you know will have a long wait time. I recommend getting FastPass+ for Peter Pan (always over 120 wait time), Space Mountain, Seven Dwarfs, Splash Mountains, Test Track, Frozen Ever After, Avatar: Flight of Passage (absolutely amazing!), Expedition Everest, Aerosmith, and Tower of Terror.

Visit the Countries.

EPCOT's countries are one of Disney's best attractions (in my opinion). When I went to Disney with my best friend, I truly discovered the beauty of each country. My tip: take a photo in each country to show how each one is different.

Be sure to check out each resort.

If you have the time, go check out the resorts you would like to stay at. You can check out different resorts by simply hopping onto a bus or hopping on the Monorail to check out the resorts near Magic Kingdom, it's eye-opening to see how each resort is different. My favorite resort to visit is Disney's Grand Floridian, this hotel is so beautiful!

Spend time at your resort.

It's nice to spend a day or an evening taking in your resort. Whether it be spending the day at the pool or walking around to see the different themes, you paid money to stay there. I love staying at Pop Century because each group of rooms is based on a decade. Typically, I stay in the 50's and I love going to the Flower pool.

Ship your merchandise back to your room.

Disney's free delivery option makes spending money easy. You can get everything you buy sent back to your hotel, free of charge, as long as you fill out the form. I use this option because I typically buy glass ornaments or jewelry, it makes my life easier knowing it will be at my hotel instead of having to worry about it.

Splurge and get what you want.

You never know when you will be going back to Walt Disney World, so splurge and get what you want. Typically, I get Alex and Ani bracelets as my splurge item, but during my last trip, I got a pearl from China. It's my favorite piece of jewelry, worth every penny!!

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Poetry On Odyssey: On A Dark Road

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Let's talk. For a while now, every week a poem has gone up from me, and every week I have been somewhat apprehensive when posting it. There's something about revealing one's innermost thoughts through writing that can be scary, and having something artistic like a poem somehow makes it worse in my mind. But, as of late, I've realized that it doesn't matter.

Much like singing and other forms of art, poetry is a tool for a performer, writer, or author to express themselves. It IS an extension into the mind of the author, and their perception of the world around them. It ISN'T a reflection of a person's worth, or of their humanity. Sometimes I feel like we lose sight of that, and I'm talking to the performers out there when I say this, not necessarily to the audiences. We all tend to beat ourselves up over things that are inconsequential, or are harder on ourselves than reasoning dictates we should be, and we should be aware of this.

My hope in saying this is to make people realize that the better we treat ourselves, hopefully, the better we will treat those around us. Gosh, wasn't this supposed to be a poem? I'll get off my soapbox now, apologies, and I hope you enjoy.

The dark road,

The night sky,

The lantern lights,

That pass on by,




The horizon black,

Resurgently clear,

Uncertainly manifested,

A thin veneer,




Mysterious in every way,

Hiding from the light of day,

Only coming out to play,

On a night,

so black and clear,


A trail without start,

Nor end,

A place for weary souls,

To mend,

Two lanterns bright,

Light the way,

Distracting us from our pain,

and sin,


We travel for the journey,

not the end,


We cruise on down,

'Round the bend,


The clouds open,

and stars shine,


On a dark road,

Without end,

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