Cashie Rohaly

Bio

Cashie is a 20-something who lives her life by the four P's: peace, pizza, puns and Patron.

8 Ways Dating A Spontaneous Person Will Make Every Day An Adventure

By Cashie Rohaly
Spontaneity is something we strive to always have in our lives. But, we cannot plan spontaneous moments because that would completely defeat the purpose of them. The ability to indulge in impulse decisions comes only when the opportunity arises. We…

The Only Way To Stop Comparing Your Past Relationships To Your Present One

By Cashie Rohaly
When a relationship ends, we figure out what we do and do not want our next relationship to include. We don't want to be with someone who evokes the parts of our exes that we dislike. In fact, sometimes we want our next relationship to be with…

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Said, 'I Love You'

By Cashie Rohaly
Saying, "I love you," in the romantic sense puts a person in the most vulnerable, beautiful and frightening of situations. It is so petrifying because despite wanting, needing and learning to love our entire lives, we can never be sure what…

Is Everyone Having Sex Without Me? The 5 Stages Of A Dry Spell

By Cashie Rohaly
Dry spells: When your thirst for hooking up has not been quenched in what feels like forever. Some people may say this is a good opportunity to demonstrate self-control, but you don’t care how much of a "character builder" it is. The reality is dry…

6 Ways You'd Respond To Awkward Family Questions If It Were A Perfect World

By Cashie Rohaly
There is one constant when a college student returns home for the holidays: family functions. And, of course, with these family functions comes "catch-up" conversations with all your relatives. There are a few family members who think differently…

The One Who Got Away Is Really The Best Thing You Never Had

By Cashie Rohaly
Most of us have one person we swear was the one who got away. Maybe it was a best friend whom we never told how we really felt or the pizza delivery guy who had the messy, but sexy, man bun. We have all experienced the loss of someone we wanted to…

I'm Up Here: Why My Boobs Are My Second Favorite Attribute, Behind My Mind

By Cashie Rohaly
I remember the first time a guy told me I was intelligent. I was in the fifth grade and a boy I had a crush on requested for me to be his partner for a science project. When I asked him why he chose me, I hoped it was because he liked me,…

Puppy Love: 5 Things I Learned From My Middle School 'Boyfriends'

By Cashie Rohaly
The word "cringeworthy" is a pretty sufficient way to sum up the overall sentiment when looking back at middle school relationships. Obviously these courtships do not usually have any legitimacy to be deemed an actual relationship, but they can…

4 Life Truths I Learned In The Wake Of Losing Someone I Deeply Cared For

By Cashie Rohaly
Life is pretty fickle. One moment, your biggest concern will be whether to order Chinese food or pizza, and the next moment, you will be rocked by something that comes with no warning. On an Indian summer day, I was drinking Starbucks and thinking…

The Only Unfixable Problem In Your Relationship Is That It's Holding You Back

By Cashie Rohaly
Without its difficulties, life would carry out in a flat-line manner: static, boring and uneventful. Where is the fun in that? While the struggle may be real, and there may often be bumps in the road, we would otherwise have no motivational…

The Truth About Soul Mates Is That You Can Have More Than One

By Cashie Rohaly
We have been taught by fairytales and Nicholas Sparks films to associate the term “soul mate” with one person we are destined to meet by the work of fate. From there, we fall madly in love and upkeep this romantic love forever. But, that is not what…

It's A Marathon, Not A Sprint: Why You Shouldn't Give Up On The Path To Love

By Cashie Rohaly
All it takes is one person to teach us what it means and feels like to be in love. Unfortunately, it also simply takes one person to shatter our trust and belief in the concept of any romantic notions. The difference between these two kinds of…

5 Types Of Girls You're Sure To Meet In The Ladies' Room On A Night Out

By Cashie Rohaly
Every person goes out on Saturday night with a motive, whether it's to find a rebound, an excuse to wear that new outfit or simply to get forget-your-name drunk (because it's fun and you're good at it). I typically go out with three intentions: to…

You're MINE: 6 Things People Say While In Love That Are Really Creepy Out Of Context

By Cashie Rohaly
When in love, in lust, or anything in-between, it is so easy to be a little dysfunctional. You can’t eat; you can’t sleep. All you want to do is have great sex and pillow talk when you’re together. When you’re together, it is like the rest of the…

The Pros And Cons Of Having A Hot Professor In Your College Courses

By Cashie Rohaly
I don’t know what made me go to that first class on syllabus week. Maybe I was actually trying to do the whole “new year, new me” thing. (Spoiler alert: That mindset lasts no longer than a week.) What I do know is that going out every night since…

It's Me Time: Why You Should Stop Compromising In Your Early 20s

By Cashie Rohaly
We have been taught that compromise is a positive way to ensure that everybody in a situation feels like his or her wishes are being respected and upheld. This type of negotiation is used to please the greater good and maintain harmony. It is also a…

Forget Your Heart And Head: How Timing Determines The Success Of Your Relationship

By Cashie Rohaly
As much as I want to believe that love conquers all, that isn't always the case in romantic relationships. When our hearts are doing most of the decision-making for us, logic tends to be thrown out the window. That being said, there is one aspect of…

Why 'Sorority' And 'Conformity' Are Not One In The Same

By Cashie Rohaly
Whether or not you are affiliated with a sorority, most people harbor opinions of what they entail and what it means to be in one. Like any group, sororities come with stereotypes. Sorority girls, supposedly, are Starbucks-drinking, Lilly…

12 Common White Lies We Tell Kids, And What We Really Mean

By Cashie Rohaly
As a nanny by day, a waitress by night and a 24-hour older sister, I have seen my fair share of kids. I love these little nuggets because they are so fascinating. Everyone always compares little kids to drunken people, and it is an accurate simile.…

I Forgave My Cousin's Killer: How Forgiveness Can Change And Shape Your Entire Life

By Cashie Rohaly
I have always found it interesting to think about how much of an impact one person can make on other people. Celebrities, political figures and everyday individuals can unknowingly touch the lives of complete strangers. The way individuals can shape…