I've made peace with the fact that my education will be on hold for a year, and I have something now that I haven't had in awhile, a lot of free time.
In reality love does not make the baggage magically dissipate. I could be the perfect girlfriend, wife, partner and none of that will erase what happened before we met.
I'm finally starting to feel at home in my own body. Gone is this mythical future me who has my ideal body. She has been replaced with me the way I look right now.
Books are a big part of my existence so I had to play...
Savannah was Georgia's first city, settled back in 1733. It seems the city holds tightly to this title because I've never seen a place so devoted to its history. The downtown area is still the way the city's founder James Oglethorpe designed it 284 years ago. A lot of the structures, homes, and churches have …
The last time I posted to this blog was February 1, 2017, and though that was only 3 months ago I find myself a different woman today than I was then. In the past 3 months anxiety and depression have bit into me like never before, my faith was thrown onto its axis, I was questioning …
Twelve days ago our country changed, a new president and vice president were sworn in, and a new administration began. I didn't watch the inauguration on purpose because I didn't think I could stomach it. I still could not believe that America let that rat bastard into the highest office in the country.
It seems that some people have been put on this earth just to try my patience. But it can be done, I'm not saying I'll never be offended. I'm only saying that I can control how I respond to the offense.
2016 was a great book year, I read a total 25 books this year and they were all good but I've narrowed it down to my top 5.
We have to live the best lives possible... The world is crazy and there's no way to know what's going to happen tomorrow. Let's make 2017 the year we shrug off all our fear and anxieties, live passionately and purposely.