You know those girls who Valentine’s Day because it will just reinforce the fact that they are #foreveralone? And those girls who scowl in disgust at any sort of PDA that they see? That’s not me. I’m the type of girl who embraces Valentine’s Day because it’s the day
Beyond the popular notion of the blogging world as an overtly saturated, face value driven, sell-out circus, there is the domain of the digital space serving as a political space. Not only in distinctly politically charged blogs, but of even personal style and expression blogs, particularly those showcasing people
1. Dont waste your energy trying to educate or change opinions; go over, under, through, and opinions will change organically when youre the boss. Or they wont. Who cares? Do your thing, and dont care if they like it. 2. If you want to be successful and you
1. You grew up with pressure to secure a ~*~practical~*~ job. You were told starring on Broadway did not count as such. 2. You hate it when people ask you what you want to do. Your gut reaction is that youll be judged for not responding doctor/lawyer/banker/CIA agent in
I usually don’t talk about my beliefs because the comments section of any well-thought-out article can be pretty brutal and I’m just now mastering the ability not to reply to stupidity. On top of that, it irritates me that people don’t realize that just because I believe in God
1. Alabama: Enjoy the historic abundance of the state. Go for walks, go to space camp at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center. Listen to the soulful music and sing 2. Alaska: Take your SO stargazing and see the northern lights. Alaska is one of the best places
I am learning to say, Yes, to be daring and spontaneous, to hurl myself into people and places and moments without hesitation or second-guessing myself to challenge my anxieties, to confront my fears, and trust unwaveringly in chance and fate to lead to where I am supposed to be.
I was born three months premature and weighed only about a pound upon delivery. Everything about me was so weak, but everything about me was also so strong. I was tiny and fragile and looked like something out of a horror movie. But, my parents told me I fought
Missing you is a thing I have gotten used to. It’s a thing I’ve been forced to get used to. It’s a shame because it’s so easy to forget the people in your life who you knew never cared about you. But to forget thosewho used to love you?
Emotional intelligence is one of the essentialsoft skills in life that’s incredibly important to personal and professional success but often goes overlooked and undiscussed. In his new book , author Dan Schawbel talks about emotional intelligence and why it’s so critical to thriving in life. It’s probably one of