Posts Tagged ‘shopping’

Walmart 24/7

Thursday, February 8th, 2018

The great thing about Duluth is that Walmart is open 24/7. My friends and I decided to go late night shopping and it helps buy things when it is needed. This is a picture of me at Walmart at 3:00 AM buying materials for school but also having fun.


Black Friday

Friday, November 24th, 2017

Wow, this break has so many things going on!! I knew it would be relaxing to go home and be away from school and people, but I have been awfully busy since I have been home.  I decided not to work over break and just enjoy my time at home with my family, which has been the best decision by far.  Thanksgiving was as great as I thought it was going to be, and today my mom and I are going to go shopping a little bit.  Black Friday early morning shopping isn’t really our thing because it’s too far away for us and we don’t have anything that specific that we want to get.  We are okay with missing the really good deals and suffering with the leftovers from the early morning crazy shoppers (no offense to those of you who enjoy that).

Barnes and Noble Time

Saturday, February 25th, 2017

One of my favorite places to go is Barnes and Noble at the mall. It is one of my favorite places because I love books and it is so nice to just sit and read some books and buy a few. One of my favorite places in Barnes and Noble is the travel section. It makes me so excited to see the places that I might be able to go to one day!


Going to the Mall

Monday, April 11th, 2016

It’s nice that Duluth is a city that has everything you need in short distances from each other. It’s like a small, big city. Miller Hill Mall is just under five miles from campus and it allows students and other Duluthians to explore all the shops and get what they may be looking for. It also helps that there is a Chipotle attached to the mall (which is what I had for dinner).

Grocery day

Sunday, April 3rd, 2016

I went grocery shopping today at Superone, as I usually do on Sunday’s, and ran into a few people from CSS. I realized that as CSS students, we’re pretty lucky to be located less than a mile away from a shopping center. It definitely helps on-campus students that don’t have vehicles.