This is a letter to anyone and everyone who I have encountered in my life. You are my friend. No matter how deep our relationship is, you are my friend and I care about you. Even if I don’t personally know you, you’re my friend and I care about you. If you need someone toContinue reading “Hi, this is for you.”
Tag Archives: vulnerable
Thank you, Puss.
I feel like I’ve been suffocating myself. No. I know I’ve been suffocating myself. I’m so scared because I want my dreams to come true SO bad, that I’m rushing the process. But in reality, rushing the process is pushing the process away. I’m becoming my own worst enemy. I dabble into so many thingsContinue reading “Thank you, Puss.”
I wanted to change up the tone of this blog a bit because I feel like my writing has consisted a lot of serious, “me in my feels,” type of posts and that’s truly not how I am what-so-ever. BUT, I realized I do have that little soft side of me and I only reallyContinue reading “Softy”
One Step at a Time
Ever have those days when it just seems like everything goes wrong? For example: You snooze your alarm longer than you should so you’re running late and even though you know it’s your fault, you’re still blaming every other reason for it. You just HAD to finish that last dream, ya know? Then you goContinue reading “One Step at a Time”
Conquering a Fresh Start
A fresh start. There’s nothing quite like it. I don’t think I realized truly what a “fresh start” was until recently. My pre-adulthood idea of a fresh start was the Monday after a long recovery Sunday of doing absolutely nothing. HAHA. Everything changes after you graduate, DON’T DO IT. Anyway, I hadContinue reading “Conquering a Fresh Start”
Thank You, My People.
It’s cliché – but it’s true. People enter our lives, some stay and some go. Each one contributes a lesson, a blessing and an experience in life nonexistent without them. People are such an important role in life that allow emotions to thrive like never before. Emotions that make us vulnerable. Emotions that makeContinue reading “Thank You, My People.”