flop (/fläp/) (n): Someone who will never succeed. That’s a little harsh to refer to myself as, right? Truth is, when I wake up in the morning, I mosey on over to the bathroom, look in the mirror, and I tell myself, “Let’s try to NOT be a flop today.” Meaning, try to be about something … More True Confessions: Am I a Flop?
I came across this amazing piece of poetry and of course I had to add my two cents. When a girl tells you she loves you, it will be 4 am and she’ll be alone wondering if you’ll text her in the morning. When she says she loves you, don’t believe her. When she says … More When A Girl Tells You She Loves You
I was a summer baby and he was born in the dead of winter He was a veteran in the love game, I was more a beginner He was such a night owl and I rose with the sun We came together so perfectly Two kindred spirits, intertwined as one He taught me more than … More Seasons
I could talk about this subject for hours, but that doesn’t mean anyone will listen. Today is World Suicide Prevention Day, if you were not aware. This is a subject that touches my heart because we have lost so many people due to the sheer ignorance of mental illness and overall mental health. Four years ago, … More #WorldSuicidePreventionDay
I feel like I haven’t written anything in a long time. I could say that the reason is because I have nothing to say, or that I have just been experiencing too much life that I haven’t gotten a chance to sit and write. I could say both of those things, but both of those … More In My Head
Would you date you? I came across that question a few weeks ago and my immediate answer was an absolute “no”. I didn’t have to think about it and because of that, I was a bit startled. Then, I began to think– if I wouldn’t date me, why would I expect anyone else to have … More The Life Series (PT.1)| Would You Date You?
After four grueling, fun-filled years, its finally here. Yes, college graduation is among us (in 3 days to be exact). I’m still going through the various life transition emotions and I am currently sitting comfortably in the anxiety stage. As the ceremony rapidly approaches, I sit around and think about how much myself and my … More Things I’ve Learned About Myself in College