I’ve been working on a lot of different things lately, from screenwriting and prose writing (which are incredibly different, something I did not prep myself for) to tutoring and redecorating my walls (multiple times). But I have also been forgetting to notice the things that have come full circle.
The holidays are a time for your people, the ones who you value in your life and want to grow old with. If you find that you might not have anyone like that, it could be that you just need to take that step.
I started this blog three years ago and since then, last week was the single time I have ever not written a post on Friday. The only time. Ever. There's a reason for that.
When you have something like that, something you’re passionate about—one of those things that you can’t tell where it ends and where you begin—you don’t let it go. You follow it through.
That’s the thing about resolutions, sometimes we make ones we know are impossible for us to meet, if we can make it happen anyway. There’s got to be a better way to do this. And well, there is.
First things first, my new post is up on Her Campus so click here to check it out, it’s a bit of a follow up to my last blog post— it gets a little personal but that’s why it’s important. Anyway, happy Friday everyone! It’s been a long week. I was reading some sonnets for…Read more If All Your Friends Jumped Off A Bridge…
A week ago, I was getting ready to take part in one of Cal Poly's best events all year: PolyCultural Weekend. As a weekend for cultural clubs to invite prospective students to stay with us and spend the weekend on campus, learning about the culture and diversity we do have to offer as a school,…Read more Enough is Enough Cal Poly
Black History Month Week 4 and today I want to tell to you about something that isn’t quite our history yet— here are some of the people who are in the process of making black history. If you saw Obama’s tweet this week then you know what I mean when I say that young people…Read more From History to History Makers– BHM Week 4
As a follow up from my post last week, if you didn’t see it you can read it here, I am left speechless by the change I see in the world around me. From the drastic differences in presidencies I have grown up under to the prevalence of strength and power I have seen in…Read more The Power of 140 Women
If you’ve been following my blog for the past year or so, you would know that even though I’m a current chemistry major, I’m switching my major to English. To a lot of people, this might seem foolish, wasteful, or even flat out irresponsible. Here’s the thing: I’m okay with that. I would rather stress, or…Read more Keys to Happiness- Intro to Change