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My second year of University is over, and I am halfway to the finish line. I try to look back over the year and reflect on what it has taught me and what I have gained from the experiences. This year, the one aspect that stands out to me the most is my group of… Continue reading “The One With all the U-Turns”
Understanding the complexities of life and death is the most confusing, mind-boggling concept to think of. How come only certain people are given a long, happy, healthy life and die peacefully from old age? While others are struck with disease and illnesses that take them away at barely 25. I have been mulling this over… Continue reading The House
You’re way too late. You were always too late. Too late with empathy. Too late with caring. Too late with loving. I had big dreams, but your “supportive” actions were to step all over them like I was not cut out for any of my desires. And yet, months after, you tell me I am… Continue reading Realizations of 2016
So now that there is the number of calories beside most foods you purchase, people are (of course) blowing up because of this. I understand, I honestly do. If you've struggled with eating disorders, body image, and have beat your body up over not attaining a certain number of calories, I can understand how having… Continue reading How to love yourself while wanting to change your body!
“Except job satisfaction and strength of relationships. There ain’t no app for that. There is slow, meandering, uncomfortable, messy processes.”--Simon Sinek I am part of a very accepting, diverse, opinionated, independent, and adventurous generation. I am also part of a self-interested, impatient, and entitled generation. I am and have been most of those traits, good… Continue reading Millennials’ and artificial happiness.