Welp… I wanted to do a weekly blogging series, and here I am on post #2 in said series…. nearly a month after post #1. Whoops. What can I say, I am not always the most reliable with posting content. Anyways… let’s dive right into it. Lesson #1: Not everything is worth the argument. Lately, I have been so irritated. I think the stress caused … Continue reading Lessons from Last Week: Week 2.
My fiance and I have been arguing almost daily for the last month or so. He wants us to continue living in California because he likes the environment, has a great job and has some family out here. I want us to move back East to be closer to family and friends. We’ve tried talking about it but it always ends in an argument. We … Continue reading Disagreements.
Little Mix. The most overworked and underrated band of our generation. Icons of self-love, female empowerment, and friendship, Little Mix have taken the world (minus the US because FUCK SYCO but I digress) by storm. They’ve put out bop after bop on their first 4 albums, and this past Friday they dropped the highly anticipated LM5. After hearing singles like Woman Like Me, Joan of … Continue reading Album review: LM5.
Preface: I absolutely love blogging. I have always loved writing so it’s a natural progression for me. But I am also inconsistent. I thought of this series and figured it’d be a great way to keep myself writing at least once a week. So here we go! Lesson #1: Solutions to life’s biggest problems will not become clear overnight. Or even in a matter of … Continue reading Lessons from Last Week: Week 1.
It’s been almost a month since I’ve posted……. Hi, how are ya? Sorry for disappearing again. Yesterday marked a huge moment in our country. The 2018 Midterm Elections. To be completely honest, prior to this race, I have never cared about an election other than Presidential ones. But since the 2016 Presidential race where I became deeply invested in the Bernie Sanders campaign, I have realized … Continue reading How can I use my privilege to invoke change within my demographic?
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I realize that my audience is not that large, but it is real and is genuine. I write because I love to write and to me, it does not feel like “work.” I write because I have to write…I feel it in my bones that I need to write. Writing makes me happy, and if I can provide some tips to… Continue reading 3 Tips for a Happier You
Today was your average Wednesday, but it went by easier and faster than usual because I knew I was headed somewhere fun after work- a pumpkin patch! I love October, Fall & all things Halloween, so I was stoked. Despite a lack of fall temperatures lately, I was going to get to enjoy a fall activity! When searching for a pumpkin patch we could go … Continue reading Review: Pumpkin City – Laguna Hills
Life has been seriously stressful lately. Honestly, it’s been overwhelming to the point of nearly having a breakdown. So this weekend, my fiance and I decided we were going to escape that, even if for just one night. On Thursday night, we started prepping for the next day’s adventure. We settled on camping at El Mirage Lake (or, more appropriately, El Mirage Dried-Up Lakebed, definitely … Continue reading Sometimes you need to just get in your car and go.
I absolutely love California- it has a lot to offer and it’s a truly beautiful place to live. But in the back of my mind, I know… this will never be home. And home is where the heart is. I was born in Orlando, Florida and lived in the state for 6 years. When I was 7, moved to the suburbs of Atlanta to be … Continue reading Homesickness.
It’s been a little while since I’ve written and I am randomly feeling inspired this morning. I just wanted to reach out to any of my followers or readers who may be feeling hopeless or bleak. Yesterday was World Suicide Prevention Day 2018 and this weighs heavy on my heart. I lost my grandfather to suicide, and depression runs rampant among my family. I personally … Continue reading World Suicide Prevention Day 2018.