I told you guys last month to get ready for new content. It’s time. I’m starting a new section of my blog (along with probably others to come in the future) devoted to my faith. I’ve been messing with the idea for a while, and I think it’s something I really want to write about as I see it being a positive and reflective experience for myself … Continue reading The Loudest Voice
In an age governed by social media, the fear of missing out (perhaps better known as FOMO) is more prevalent now than ever. And it makes sense. Think about your own use of the internet and how often you find yourself scrolling through news feeds and timelines. We feel the need to constantly update ourselves with information when it comes to what others are doing, what … Continue reading The Fear of Missing Out in the Internet Age
She sits around a bonfire with her closest friends having a great time, and then one of them makes a comment, meant to be a harmless joke, about how she has no boobs. She gives a small laugh and jokes about how at least she doesn’t have to deal with back pain, but little do they know that comment would hover in her mind for the rest of … Continue reading Being Skinny
Something I have learned in recent months that has benefitted me to no end is the importance of being direct and straightforward in communicating your thoughts and feelings as well as addressing problems. I mean, we all know communication is key, but it’s one thing to know it and another to experience its implementation in a crucial or serious scenario in your own life. I … Continue reading Just say it.
This might be kinda late, but better late than never, right? Seeing that it’s back to school season, I feel this is a highly appropriate post that’s been kinda circling around in my mind for a while. I graduated high school this year, so I feel pretty qualified to, I guess, type on the matter (that was lame, I’m so sorry). There are probably a … Continue reading 5 Lessons I Learned in High School