2019 Life Maps and Vision Boards

Half of my 2018 were dark times. Despite avoiding a breakdown I was able to reflect on both my past and present emotional state. It wasn't fun I can tell you that however, it was necessary for me to avoid the path of self-destruction. For 2019, I am more motivated than ever! Of course, I … Continue reading 2019 Life Maps and Vision Boards

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December 2018: Shaky Starts and Added Value

I was inspired by Ms. Pryce Quintos' post "What Added Value to My Life in 2018," and decided to list down not only my December goals but also the things that have brought value into my life recently. For my regular readers, you know that 2018 was a half-and-half bad year for me especially with … Continue reading December 2018: Shaky Starts and Added Value

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November Goals: Zero-Waste Life! (Almost, I’m Really Trying)

It's my birth month! I'm officially 23-years-old! I don't know what that means exactly however I know I'm getting older by the second. 2018 feels like it's bee going on for three years. January felt like three months and each month after that continued to drag on then November came too quickly. It felt like … Continue reading November Goals: Zero-Waste Life! (Almost, I’m Really Trying)

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October Goals: Finding Passion and a little bit of happy

At the beginning of this year, I have shared my journey on self-improvement and mental health but it was only last month where I took it seriously. Sure, I was drowning myself in motivational articles, podcasts, and searching through the self-help section but it can only do so much. Instead of helping me improve myself, … Continue reading October Goals: Finding Passion and a little bit of happy

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September Goals For A Clearer and Calmer Mind

I have been depressed and angry for the past few months. It comes and it goes. Most of the time the intervals of my depression were a few months apart. Nowadays, it's getting short and shorter. Over the years, I have figured out my pattern of behavior which would sometimes lead to a huge mental … Continue reading September Goals For A Clearer and Calmer Mind

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How I Finally Got The Courage To Be A Writer

I always labeled myself as a writer but back when I was 18 I never had anything published. Neither did I try to get published. I spent most of my time writing on this blog with only very few readers who would occasionally leave nice comments. But it still felt like I was only a … Continue reading How I Finally Got The Courage To Be A Writer

The Stories I Want (And Need) To Tell

All I ever wanted to do in life was to tell stories. I wanted to tell stories of young heroines saving Prince Charmings from dragons and how twisted love stories can be. What I never realized was that there are other stories beyond my own imagination. Today, I met the deafblind community and as I write … Continue reading The Stories I Want (And Need) To Tell

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It’s Only Been Two Months And I’m Already Lost

I finished school with the intentions of going into the media and creative field because that was what I've always wanted growing up. I always labeled myself as both a writer and a content creator now when I look at my job title it says "Communication Officer," and I don't exactly know if I fit … Continue reading It’s Only Been Two Months And I’m Already Lost

Why You Should Be Watching ‘The Bold Type’

Career, love, friendship, and LGBTQ representation this show should be your favorite. When YouTube recommended me the season one trailer of "The Bold Type," I was curious and was immediately hooked. Not only did it star my favorite American Idol contestant Katie Stevens but it felt like a modern "Sex and The City" --without a penis … Continue reading Why You Should Be Watching ‘The Bold Type’