A Season of Falling | A Visual Poem

Fall has always been one of my favorite seasons because of how full of magic it felt as a child. Anything could happen, you know? I could go back to school and be someone completely different. Someone with friends. Someone who was happy. Someone with hope for the future. Perhaps I don't have the opportunity... Continue Reading →

Can You Be Beautiful and Insecure?

Last week’s YouTube video “Beauty and Insecurity” is one of my new favorites. I really try to be vulnerable in a super honest, if not necessarily flattering way about how we can tear ourselves and others down. I wanted to share a blog-version of the script this week in case you’re just a blog follower... Continue Reading →

Cooking as a Twenty-Something

I’m relatively new at this whole cooking thing. It’s not that growing up I couldn’t cook. In fact, whenever there was a potluck or community dinner, I delighted in researching a yummy recipe to try, cooking it up from scratch, and sharing it with friends. Admittedly, I’ve always had a preference for baking, partly because... Continue Reading →

The Greatest Adventure

I mentioned in my previous post, Wherever You Go, You Take Yourself With You, that my friend Alanna and I had started doing some mini-writing workshops to help get our creative juices flowing, and I thought I’d share another product of one of our sessions on the blog. This one was in response to the... Continue Reading →

Do You Want to Go Back to Eighth Grade?

Do you remember what middle school was like? Or maybe you’re right now in the painful throes of it. For me, eighth grade was 15 years ago. It both feels like forever ago, but also like the awkwardness and embarrassment and true angst I experienced is buried just underneath the surface of my adult life.... Continue Reading →

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