Quarantine Chronicles: Mental Health

So yeah, the whole blogging everyday thing didn’t last very long; in all honesty, I wasn’t expecting it to. At first, it was something that would take up some time everyday, and then it was something I looked forward to and had all these ideas for, and slowly but surely it became something I dreadedContinue reading “Quarantine Chronicles: Mental Health”

One Year Later…

Today I’m taking a little break from skincare to talk about something that’s been on my mind lately. It’s been almost year since I blew up my whole life, and in that time I have been able to reconnect with the person I missed so dearly: Myself. Stepping out over a cliff, not knowing ifContinue reading “One Year Later…”

Letting Go

It’s literally a question as old as time: How do we let go of things, even when we don’t want to? I would suppose that boundaries are a good preemptive measure. But who—at any age or emotional maturity level—is actually an expert at setting and maintaining all their boundaries? (If you are one of thoseContinue reading “Letting Go”

Intentionally, Unintentional.

Per what we’ve covered in the last few blog posts, I have very little idea about what I’m doing with my life; and that includes my dating life. This is partially due to the fact that a little over 7 months ago, my relationship of 2 years ended. I’ve been pretty candid about what allContinue reading “Intentionally, Unintentional.”

To The Girl Who Lost Herself (But is Ready to be Found)

You start to feel invincible, like nothing could ever hurt you again. Like the trauma of your past will never again rear its ugly head in your dreams. It didn’t take me long to become addicted to that feeling. This is for the one who hasn’t been herself lately, and not in the cliche, Instagram inspirationalContinue reading “To The Girl Who Lost Herself (But is Ready to be Found)”

The Privilege of Perspective

“I always tell my mom, there’s no such thing as balance. Balance is the sum total of how you prioritize people, things and situations in your life…” As many of you know, I recently graduated college, moved back home and have no job prospects at the moment. By today’s standards, I should be preparing toContinue reading “The Privilege of Perspective”

The B Word: Boundaries

In a world where everything from messaging to food to even sex is all “instant”, how do we draw our hypothetical lines in the sand? As young adults we’re encouraged to give our all. Whether it’s throwing ourselves full force into a relationship, working our fingers to the bone at a new job, or pullingContinue reading “The B Word: Boundaries”