After a few weeks of tossing and turning throughout the night, I realized the best way for me to get back to a peaceful sleep would be through jotting down my thoughts. So, that’s what this is — it may make little to no sense at times, but my mind has been racing for a while now, and it’s about damn time I do something about it. Continue reading
There’s those moments in life where you just want to push pause. You want to take that extra second to soak it all in before it slips away. To say you’ve never experienced this is total utter bullshit – everyone has wanted to push the pause button at one time or another. The urge to push pause is never more prominent than when the end of the year is near. Continue reading
For the past few weeks I’ve been dying to write, to express what I have been feeling, however I haven’t had the time, or maybe, maybe I was scared. Either way, as I listen to this 8tracks playlist all curled up in my bed, I realized that I am finally ready to say what I’ve had such a strong desire to share. Continue reading
It’s been two years, a great deal can change in 730 days. I’ve experienced so much over the past 104 weeks — heartbreak, joy, fear — that it’s incredibly hard to keep track of it all.
Woah, it’s been a whirlwind of a few months. With each passing day, I grow closer to graduating, or well, hopefully graduating. Either way, I’ve started my own personal countdown [32 days] and bucket list of things I need to do before I leave my beloved Drake University in approximately four weeks.
To put it simply, for the past month or so I’ve been having a bit of a tough time. More than a bit, actually. But this week has really been the sad cherry on the pathetic sundae that is my life. One piece of bad news after the next. Continue reading
Welp, it’s that time of year again – back to school. Luckily, it’s my last semester. I’m counting down the days until I am officially done with school for the rest of my life. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t totally stoked. While many of my pals seem to have an easy semester ahead of them (particularly if they’re seniors), I have quite the opposite. Continue reading