In my 22 years on this planet, I’ve had my share of hurt feelings and wrongdoings — broken hearts caused by my few exboyfriends, friends who thought it was okay to talk behind my back, and so on. You know, all of the drama that you would see on a reality show. Lately, I’ve been… Continue reading Learning to Forgive
Sixteen days in, and I cracked. Okay, well cracked is a bit harsh. So, let’s call it a cheat day. With that being said, I had a good reason. I swear! Let me paint the scene for you. Last Friday, after a week of bed rest, drinking a terrible concoction (a.k.a. Pedia Lyte), and terrible… Continue reading Lent Update 2 — Cheat Day
For as long as I can remember, I knew I wanted to be a journalist and a writer. To reach that goal, I held roles at publications, nonprofits, and websites. Add in classes, a job to pay the bills, and it’s safe to say that I was a pretty busy lady. Because of that, maintaining… Continue reading 6 Things Every Guy Dating a Career Oriented Girl Should Know
I am a huge believer in the Evil Eye, Hamsas and good fortune. I wear some version of the evil eye to ward off some evil or ill wishes that may be floating around. I believe in the concept of a lucky jade green necklace, thinking that is the reason why that good thing happened… Continue reading Good Vibes?
A few weeks ago, I posted about my religious beliefs. After writing that post, I got to thinking about what I can do to give up to celebrate Lent. Should I give up something? Should I do something in terms of celebrating? I began to contemplate about what to give up — should I give… Continue reading Lent Petition Update 1
Today marks the first day of Lent. For a Catholic, this means having something ready to be given up for 40 days, pizza for dinner tonight and every Friday until Easter, and making sure you get your ashes. For those of you who may not know, I grew up Catholic, and still consider myself to be… Continue reading Losing My Religion
For about two weeks, I had felt completely and utterly awful. My body ached, I was in so much pain that I could barely sit in a position that was not vertical, and my head hurt – to only name a few of my symptoms. It became so bad that I actually needed to take… Continue reading Stress And The Importance Of Taking Care of Yourself