I always wanted to be skinny. I never wanted curves, or to be bigger than the rest of my friend group. Ever since the days of changing clothes for P.E. in grade school, I had wished that I was slimmer. No stomach poking over my pants, no avoiding tops that made me look too mature… Read More Body Party: Why You Should Celebrate Yours
I’ve been trying to write a post for the past few days now. I’ve tried to get in the mood to do one, to force words to come out and onto my screen. I would write something, and then reread it only to find that it sounded forced. I could read myself trying to make… Read More So Anxious: The Waiting Games
Dear Lost One, The fact that you have been able to admit that you are struggling to find which way to go is a victory within itself. A lot of people who are lost don’t even know that they are lost, and continue to go about as if things are magically going to put themselves… Read More What I Found When I Was Lost
Everyone loves feeling special. We want to be someone’s one and only. There is comfort in knowing that in a world of a billion people, someone wants you and only you. We all yearn for this, whether we admit it or not. We want to come in first place. We want first dibs. We want… Read More It’s About Who Has It Last, Not Who Found It First
We’ve all been there. We all have times where we leave a situation, but end up bringing more pieces along than we expected. We aren’t physically involved, but our mental and emotional state is still heavily burdened. We all know about it. Erykah Badu sang about. It’s a part of living called carrying baggage. “Bag… Read More Bag Men: He Has to Let Go, Too
You are not finished. The above sentence is the best way to summarize the advice that I have for you. A bad first year does not translate into a terrible college career. Often, we as college students come in from killing the game in high school. Honor roll was a piece of cake. Making A’s… Read More You Are Not Finished: The Freshman Year Bounce Back
I’ve read this, reread it, analyzed it, slept on it, and hesitated before replying for many reasons. Mostly because I’ve been trying to figure out the right way to address it, but also because there is more to address than just “How”. I need to talk about the “What” and the “Why”. I can’t tell… Read More Are You Ready For What You Deserve?