I’m Back

I know it’s been over a month since I’ve made a post and I sincerely apologize. Life never slows down so I had to refocus my priorities. But I’m back now and better than ever. I just finished up with my therapy sessions last week and I love how beneficial it was. My emotional reactionsContinue reading “I’m Back”

Ultimate Pride Playlist

In honor of Pride month, I’ve compiled a list some of my favorite queer songs (or songs by queer artists). Music written for queer people is often hard to find so I assumed making a list would be more convenient and easy to find. The Village – Wrabel Take me to Church – Hoizer HIMContinue reading “Ultimate Pride Playlist”

Never Too Late

I heard a story on the news recently about a 32-year-old woman named Chellsie Memmel who is trying to become an Olympic gymnast after being retired from the sport for 9 years. If you don’t know much about gymnastics, the average age that girls peak in the sport is 16. Simone Biles, potentially one ofContinue reading “Never Too Late”

Why Doubt?

There are days when I feel like I’m not enough. Like I’m not enough for the people around me, no one would ever care if I left and never came back. Those thoughts don’t happen often, but they happen. I think everyone has moments like that. We all let the doubt seep in sometimes. ButContinue reading “Why Doubt?”

When Despair Hits

There’s never a perfect time to have hard conversations about mental health. Withe holidays approaching and everyone feeling the busyness of the season, it’s easy to ignore or put-off our own needs. I mean all it takes is a quick google search and you get the statistics for depression, anxiety, panic, insomnia, and despair. DespairContinue reading “When Despair Hits”

Living in a Stressful Time

I’d sincerely like to apologize for my lack of posting and my lack of motivation to write. Life’s been kinda crazy for the past few weeks. Chadwick Boseman dying of cancer, the shooting of Jacob Blake, the civil unrest, the political divide, covid, old people on facebook trying to tell me to not wear aContinue reading “Living in a Stressful Time”

When It Doesn’t Rain, It Doesn’t Pour

My life has been so hectic over the past month that I can barely find time to write anymore. I know I should, I know I can’t bottle things up, but writing takes time and I didn’t think about that when I started this blog. I’ll write a sentence, it’ll sound wacky, and then I’llContinue reading “When It Doesn’t Rain, It Doesn’t Pour”

Angry Feelings

I got surgery to fix one of my feet last week. I’ve had the condition Plantar Fasciitis for about 3 or 4 years now and over those years I’ve gotten a bad growth of bunions on both my feet (yes I’m only 19). So I had surgery to repair my left foot. The friends thatContinue reading “Angry Feelings”

Living with Regret

If you want to achieve greatness, stop asking for permission. Unknown I’m sitting in front of my computer right now, hands shaking. It’s not low blood sugar this time. My fingers hover above my phone, less than an inch away from the green call button. What if this job doesn’t want me? I ask myself.Continue reading “Living with Regret”

Drafting Motivation

Yes, it’s the NFL draft week. So far this is the most excited I’ve been since quarantine started. I happen to be a fan of one of the worst teams in the league and also one of the newest. The Jacksonville Jaguars. This draft will probably just lead us to another losing record but I’mContinue reading “Drafting Motivation”