Saying Goodbye to Summer

  It’s almost September. Kids are going back to school. Clothing stores are advertising their fall line. College move-in day has come and gone. Starbucks is releasing its Pumpkin Spice Latte early. And I am sad. I love summer. It is by far my favorite time of year. Give me an excuse to wear loose... Continue Reading →

Everybody’s Getting Married and I’m Not All Right

If you use Facebook and you’re in your twenties you’re bound to be bombarded with the overwhelming flow of engagements, weddings, and general “bride glow" illustrated through a plethora of pictures and statuses in your newsfeed. It’s beautiful. It’s great. It really is. They all look so pretty and happy. Oh so very happy. (And... Continue Reading →

Your Own Worst Enemy: Thoughts on the Suicide of Robin Williams

  I know what it’s like to want to die. I know what it’s like to be depressed. I know what it’s like for everyone to look at you and say “But how can you be depressed? You’re so happy and funny and have so much going for you!” So I feel comfortable saying that... Continue Reading →

On Dealing With Writer’s Block (Novel Writing: Month 7, Chapter 7)

  July was a harder month to write in than I expected. I don’t know if the process is just getting stagnant and monotonous or if I was simply busier this month and therefore couldn’t devote as much time to writing. I did finish the chapter though! Even if for a little while I thought... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: