I stood in the break-room venting about another fight my then-fiance and I had been in the previous evening. “I’m frustrated,” I told one of my co-workers who just so happened to become one of my best friends. You see, her husband and my fiance were virtually the same person,. They had the same attitude, same demeanor, same outlook on life and her and I … Continue reading She’s Dating Someone?!
In 2016, I lost two of my best friends. It wasn’t my fault either. Rather, it was both of them who to pushed me away subtly. The first one probably hurt more the other because I truly thought we had something good. She was the one I relied on while living in another state. She was the one who sought advice from, leaned on when … Continue reading Goodbye To The “Friends” I Left Behind In 2016
I live approximately 829 miles away from home. I figured that out by typing my old address and new address into google maps. So, my family will never just randomly “stop by” for a visit to surprise my boyfriend and I one day. They can’t go on over if there’s a problem. They won’t even be available if I really need some advice. We have … Continue reading 5 Tough Challenges You’ll Unfortunately Experience When Moving Far From Home
Let’s talk about stress. According to PBS.org, stress is your body’s response to anything that disrupts your normal life and routines. Your body responds to stressful events with an instinctive “fight or flight” response. This physical response comes from a rush of adrenaline and other hormones that speed up your heart and breathing and give you a burst of energy so that you can respond … Continue reading Stress.
I had a very eventful weekend. It was filled with twists, turns & surprises on every single corner. I learned a lot about myself this weekend and talked the most I have in months, maybe years. I become closer with my parents and enjoyed myself. In February, Nicole Rogers contacted me via Twitter after I wrote up I Just Want A Full-Time Job on Buster … Continue reading My Millennial Life: DOCUMENTARY I WAS CHOSEN FOR
Monday, August 26, 2013– A Monday. A horrid, terrible, disgusting, lonely, depressing, difficult, hot, nasty, gross, grotesque Monday at that. Classes at Temple University begin today. I’m not there. I’m not registered. I’m not going. I’m not participating in another fun school year filled with crowded hallways, students shouting each others names, recounting their long summer. I’m not there and I hate it. I hate … Continue reading Without Temple University, I’m lost.
Rain pours down on a dreary Friday morning. My windows have drops splashed on them. 9:30 AM. I wake up in a depressed state. I feel alone & lost, empty even. What is it? Why do I feel this way? What’s the problem? What’s the issue? What’s the problem? I feel utterly lost. I’m missing something. I’ve misplaced something & cannot locate its whereabouts. I’m … Continue reading The first few days as a college graduate– Scary. Overwhelming. Lonely. Empty.