Mother’s Day

I just want to say that it is perfectly fine and valid to not have a good relationship with your mother (or with your family for that matter). And it is okay to not fall into the pressure to act like your mom is the best thing in the world, to get her a gift, […]

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Senior Photos

Today, a calendar notification went off on my phone, telling me that from 11 AM to 7 PM, I would be able to get my senior photos taken. That I could walk down to the bookstore in my cap and gown, smile in front of a white background, tilt my head just a bit, move […]

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Productivity During Turmoil

Recently, I’ve been seeing many posts on social media about having time to do productive activities during COVID-19. There have been ones that have called out people, saying that if they aren’t starting a new routine for the future, that they are doing something wrong. There have been ones listing what productive things can be […]

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Pre-Quarantine Social Interactions Introverts Don’t Miss

You walk passed someone you might know but you aren’t sure enough to say hi or even wave so you go on your phone or look at the ground or stretch your neck up high and look at the trees so they have to say hi first. You get too many calls and texts from […]

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Privilege

 Written: 9/19/17 Published: 11/29/18 I used to be jealous of the girls that got ‘knocked-up’ in their teens. I used to want to be the one who struggled through life yet barely got above their parent’s income.   I used to wish That I was homeless, poor, black, or uneducated. I used to yearn for […]

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Noticed

Walking past a camera, I wonder.

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My NaNoWriMo 2018

Hello! I can’t believe it’s already been a year since I posted about NaNoWriMo 2017. What’s NaNoWriMo you might ask? Good question. 

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