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Something To Talk About

Monday, September 18, 2017

Hey Reader, If you've learned anything by now about me, I hope it's the fact I'm pretty raw and honest on this little space I call my blog. Tonight, I'm sharing a piece of my heart I don't think I've ever shared on here, so buckle up. ;) I went to a place I frequently go to, ...

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Made For More

Thursday, September 14, 2017

It's been a long day. I'm working on a minimal sleep, I've been in meetings throughout the day for a mix of business, personal, and volunteer work. My right eyebrow is currently twitching from stress and here I am, sitting in a Starbucks with the 30 minutes of personal time I have. Blogging. So much could ...

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You’re Worth More

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

She was poetry in a world that was still learning the alphabet. I read this quote tonight and nodded. Boy have I felt that way lately. Have you, reader? For a while, I've been wearing rose-colored glasses. I've chosen to believe the lies over what I knew to be the truth. Why? For many reasons. The main ...

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Turn Off The World

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

I turned off the world tonight. My phone was on, but was on silent. I responded to texts from friends, but I didn't give in to the pressure to always be available. Some people I let wait (and still haven't responded to) and I'm learning that it's okay. In our world of technology, there is this ...

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Millennials aren't created equal. It's time we grew up and changed the world.

Truth hurts. Apologies in advance.

Sunday, August 27, 2017

It always amazes me how quick people can be to tear down your dream. If they feel threatened by it, they'll tell you it's not going to happen and that you should do something else. If they feel jealous of it, they'll try to make you feel bad for wanting to chase something so grand. And ...

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Hidden Scars

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Hidden scars. These are the scars no one sees because they're hidden deep beneath the surface. On the outside, we look fine, but on the inside, there is a wound so deep and memories so painful that few are even given the knowledge that these scars exist. People try to understand, but they fall short. They ...

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