I caught myself feeling envious the other day. Well let me be real, i catch myself being envious and comparing myself almost everyday. But anyways, I was watching someone's Instagram story and instantly started to compare myself. "I'm not as far in wedding planning as they are" "I'm not working out as much as they … Continue reading Comparison, an evil thief
I do not believe that we are born with hate in our heart, and I do not believe that we are wired to hold hate in our hearts after bad things happen to us, and unfortunately it took me a very long time to realize that forgiveness is okay and that forgiving someone and letting go … Continue reading I Forgive You.
The past week has been rough, just emotionally and physically and it’s taken me some time (and a little help from my fiancé, family and best friend) to realize that self love and learning to take time for myself and what makes ME happy is the most important thing that I can, not only offer … Continue reading 6 Tips to Practicing Self-Love
This post has taken me quite some time to write. Mostly because ever since we got back from our mini-proposal vacation it has been non-stop working and the other part of me wanted to savor our little memory forever. But the day has come and so has the blog post, and I finally had some time … Continue reading How He Proposed!
I stumbled across my old journals from high school while cleaning out my closet before my move, and what I read in those journals brought tears to my eyes. The girl in those journals had no idea the beauty that life can hold, and the joy that it can bring. The girl in those journals … Continue reading A Letter to Any Girl Struggling
Emotionally sensitive people have a tendency to feel our feelings deeply and often, when others are upset we are upset, we need to help others that are in pain, sometimes we tolerate unacceptable behavior from others, we are creative, we need time to refuel, regroup, and calm, and we are aware of emotional masks that … Continue reading This One is for the Emotionally Sensitive
These past few weeks I've found myself in a creative rut. In the last month, I've moved states, left my family and friends, got a new job, and became a legit adult and to be honest I'm not even sure I'm "adulting" but whatever point I'm at in my life, it sure as heck feels like … Continue reading Creative Ruts and Serious Questions
After graduation, moving out and getting a "big girl" job seemed like a no brainer, save up some money, find a job and MOVE! But little did I know that being a full-time adult is a lot harder than that. With that being said, I've created a post where I've listed 7 tips I found … Continue reading 7 Tips for Moving
It all started with a pain in my back. I was laying in bed and I couldn't lay there without every breath causing extricating pain. I couldn't stand for long, or bend over to wash my face without pain shooting all throughout my back. I finally went to the doctor who told me that I … Continue reading Scoliosis Survivor
We all want to know why we feel pain, and we all want to know why we have to go through it, why it lasts so long, why it hurts so bad, and how to avoid pain completely but that's not the point of pain. It has taken me a long time to realize that … Continue reading The Truth about Pain