Flipping through my journal is like getting a one way ticket into my innermost feelings. My journal is filled to the brim with mindless doodles, a copious amount of lists, short poems and musings about what I see, hear, and feel. I’ve been wanting to share more of my writing with the world, which is … More Monthly Poems | August 2016
“She’s not hot” “she looks like an ugly baby” “how do you think she’s hot?” “she’s disgusting” We hold one of the most powerful weapons with us at all times. We seldom realize the destruction we cause, carelessly and without thought. All of these remarks. In one conversation. Made by one woman about another. Over … More Woman vs. Woman – No One Wins
Sometimes I’m not sure if I’m 20 or 12. I feel like both, and I feel like neither. I had, for so many years wondered who I would be, what I would look like, and what I’d be doing by the time I entered my 20’s (that was surreal to type). The glamorous, picture-perfect life … More 20 Things I’ve Learned by 20
Do Not Ever; Let anyone tell you that your pain isn’t real or justified. Just because others cannot feel it doesn’t make it any less real. Do Not Ever; Let anyone make you feel like shrinking, when you were born to grow. Do Not Ever; Let someone tell you you are not beautiful. You have … More 10 un-commandments to live by
Lately I’ve been diving deeming into my writing, and getting into using Publisher to create page layouts. It’s always been a dream of mine to publish something, and I’m feeling so inspired lately. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this quick photo (from tumblr) post and poem! Also, let me know what kind of things you’d … More “You’re A Retro Girl”
I went whale watching today. First, let me start by saying that it was an incredible experience to watch the whales breach out of the water and then dive back under into their salty home. They are such beautiful creatures and seeing them in the wild off the coast of Cape Cod was an awe-inspiring … More Journal #4: Finding Inspiration and Appreciating Simplicity
If you scroll through my Goodreads account (yes I’m a book nerd, and proud), you’ll find lengths of classic feminist books listed on my page. Classics like The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer, and A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf, and several volumes of Sylvia Plath. If you’ve ever had … More Feminism Isn’t a Dirty Word … So Why Are We Still Treating It Like One?