Be The Change You Want To See In The World

“Be the change you want to see in the world”, a famous phrase first spoken by Gandhi, has always held a place close to my heart. However, in the past year, I have fully come to understand what this means in my life and the opportunities others have to do the same. Today more than… Continue reading Be The Change You Want To See In The World

Your “Me Too” Is Important

Your “me too” is important. Your ‘me too’ signifies that you have been sexually harassed or assaulted, but it means so much more than that. Your public declaration allows victims in hiding to know that they are not alone, it breaks the stereotypes behind the women who are victims, but most importantly, it frees you… Continue reading Your “Me Too” Is Important

I Found Love in a Hopeless Place

I found love in the deepest, darkest, loneliest, and most hopeless place. In a place that was covered in ashes and buried far beneath the surface. A place where love was least expected to be uncovered and the light of happiness was sure to never shine. I found love inside of myself. I spent an… Continue reading I Found Love in a Hopeless Place

My Silver Lining

This year has been one for the books. 2016 brought heartbreak, mounds of change, and emotions I never knew existed, but 2017 has brought numerous challenges I wouldn’t particularly choose to face if I had the choice. I’ve been a walking disaster my whole life, foot surgeries, angry uterus, thyroid problems, and years’ worth of… Continue reading My Silver Lining

I Want an Old Time Love

Am I wasting my time waiting for an old time love, a true gentlemen, and a classy relationship? It’s not any secret that we don’t live in the same world we did 80, 50, or even 20 years ago. Virginity is lost in middle school, getting to know someone before diving into bed is not… Continue reading I Want an Old Time Love

Held Together by a Bobby Pin

As I was out driving around tonight, I was reflecting on all the changes that have happened in my life over the last year. You would think thoughts of relationship changes, college changes, city changes, degree changes, or personality changes would be the first things to come to my mind, but no, they weren’t. The… Continue reading Held Together by a Bobby Pin