To some, being married at 22 is an absolute horror. They couldn’t imagine having their “freedom” taken away at such a young age. They haven’t had enough life experiences or met enough people. No, I admit, it’s not for everyone. Many still have a lot of growing up to do and simply have not met… Continue reading Young & Married
I have always been a worrier. When I was little it was so bad that I would give myself stomach ulcers. Now I think about what a kid could possibly have to worry about? It can be the smallest most inconsequential thing, yet I will worry about it for absolutely no reason. It feels like… Continue reading live more, worry less
Let’s take a trip back to graduation in May of 2016. I was constantly searching for a job in the area, and probably applied to more than fifty. I was getting the same responses, “sorry you don’t quite fit our qualifications” or “we’re looking for someone with a little more experience.” Suddenly the horror story… Continue reading What Now?
It’s been almost a year since my last post, and boy, what a year it has been. It’s a collective running joke that 2016 was all around terrible and I will be the first to Amen to that. Little did I know then, this past year would be one of the hardest years of my… Continue reading Goodbye, 2016
I know, I know… cliché and overused, right? You think, “People are going to be exactly the same, with maybe some good intentions of starting resolutions then slacking off in a month or so.” But that’s exactly the negative outlook people have and as to why they never change; why they are exactly the same… Continue reading New Year, New Me! Seriously…
Senioritis: (n.) an affliction of students in their final year of school, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance. Yes it is a real disease, and yes I am currently suffering from it. Today marks six months until I will run walk across the stage in the prettiest little stadium in America and receive… Continue reading Enjoy Today
Waking up in the middle of the night to four missed calls from your mom is never a good thing. My heart sank as I called back to have her confirm what I already knew; my great-grandmother had passed away. No matter how prepared you think you are for someone’s death, you can never be… Continue reading Homecoming