The Dragonfly Effect

This morning was not, by many standards, a good day. I woke up exhausted, having spent the night tossing and turning, uncomfortable and restless. I snoozed for a bit, then woke up with a start, because now I was running late. Traffic was awful, making my commute last almost an hour. I got to the... Continue Reading →

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A Note From A Friend

In light of the most recent episode of "why having a badge is equal to having a Purge-like murder pass" as well as, "why justice doesn't really exist", I was compelled to post a wonderfully written comment-turned-article by an awesome friend of mine. I urge you to pay attention, understand, and hopefully internalize her words, possibly... Continue Reading →

Ready is Relative

"Great people do things before they're ready". Simple quote, but yesterday morning, during my daily wake-up ritual of opening up social media (don't judge me), it was the first one I saw, and it hit me hard. It ended up shaping not only the course of my day, but it also impacted my interactions. Maybe... Continue Reading →

Series Finale

As I begin to write this, I'm a little hesitant, because, you see, in the past, I've tried very hard to stay away from political and social issues when it comes to my blog posts. I'm not someone who pretends to have all of the answers, or even someone who pretends to know about everything that occurs... Continue Reading →

Set Goals, Not Resolutions

Did you know that almost all of the people (91%) who make resolutions never succeed at reaching their desired outcome? With a week down, have you thought about what side of that coin you're going to land on?

When One Moment Ends, Another Begins

The idealism that we may have felt on 12/31/15 has been chipped at a little, but it doesn't mean that the year was lived in vain. Some of us attained knowledge of self and others, in ways that made us question everything around us. It was a year of growth - uncomfortable growth - that served the purpose of revealing our strengths, and our weaknesses.

Sharing is Caring…Literally

I grew up in a household with five other siblings, three being younger than me, and I can recall despising the concept of sharing. I would look at the adults and think, none of THEM are sharing - why do I have to? I would go to school and balk at the kids wanting to borrow... Continue Reading →

In Transition

There are moments in your life in which you'll feel lost, unfocused, unmotivated, unambitious. It will seem like everything you want and dream of is always just out of reach. You will be filled with indescribable pain - pain that doesn't radiate from a clear point, but is felt intensely just the same. Your appetite... Continue Reading →

The Happiness Factor

The other day, I had the most amazing discussion with an older woman, in her early 80s, named Joyce M. I met her at an alteration shop, and she watched as I tried on my bridesmaid dress, waiting to be pinned. She told me how beautiful it was, and we chatted about her wedding, and... Continue Reading →

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