Learning to see yourself in a new and more positive light For as long as I can remember, I have wished to be less shy. Ever since I was a little girl, I would give myself pep talks, reminding myself to talk more, be more friendly and be less afraid of making the wrong impression.… Continue reading Accepting What You Understand
“Millennials will love this...” “You know you’re a millennial if…” And yet, “The problem with millennials” “Millennials don’t have real struggles” See a common denominator here? The word: MILLENNIALS! When I first heard of it, I thought it was a cool word to describe our very own generation: aka, those of us born between 1992… Continue reading Underappreciated Millennials?
“Sometimes when you lose your way, you find yourself.” —Mandy Hale As people, we often let ourselves be defined by the relationships we have in our lives. I’m funny because they said so, I’m beautiful because they said so, I’m smart because they said so… right? Because of this, do you really know who you… Continue reading Finding Yourself, By Yourself
I won't apologize for something that I'm not sorry for. In my life, I've apologized way more than I should have. However, my eagerness to forgive and my heart have made me vulnerable to heartbreak. This is a letter to the ones who at one point broke me, but never beyond repair. To the people… Continue reading I’m Not Sorry
....but secretly doesn't According to Urban Dictionary, "adulting" refers to doing grown up things and hold responsibilities such as a 9-5 job, a mortgage/rent, a car payment or anything else that makes one think of grown-ups. Can I be the first to admit that college kids are the worst at adulting? My best friend and… Continue reading Adulting Sucks
I believe that in every person there is good. Even though it doesn’t seem like some people have good in them, I firmly believe they do. It might be buried deep inside of them or was damaged by someone they cared for, but there is good in every single person. You just have to find… Continue reading What I Believe In
When did changing the world become such a big task? “What do you want to be when you grow up?” We were all asked this question as children. Back then, the most common answers were an astronaut, fire fighter, lawyer, vet, or for me, president. But here I am, years later, and that question still… Continue reading Generation Change