Last week I received an email that I had been patiently impatiently waiting for since November. It was an email that very nearly altered my future and consequently, the rest of my life. Towards the end of the supposed receiving date, I was refreshing my email every second, ready for the news to arrive. It … Continue reading i was rejected from art school… here’s what i learned
As you may or may not know, a large amount of my time between the ages of 7 and 14 (I'm 15 now) were spent playing and thinking about playing tennis. I started playing when my best friend at the time invited me to start doing group lessons with her and her sister, which led … Continue reading letting go of a passion
As 2018 comes to a close, I've begun to reflect on the past 12 months. I've gotten to vacation with family, works with incredible brands, march for causes I believe in, spend my summer travelling all over America, head back to school, go to football games with friends, and create content incorporating all of this … Continue reading the reality of life… the biggest lesson i learned in 2018
*Trigger Warning: various mental illnesses, self-harm, and suicide* Last month, I started a new and exciting series on my blog called Anything Goes. In this series, I am going to be tackling topics that are taboo or uncomfortable for many to talk about, and will be including guest posts, interviews, and some of my own … Continue reading Anything Goes: Let’s Talk Mental Health!
Earlier this week, I asked on my Instagram for blog post ideas and someone requested a "how are you? like not just good, or bad, or fine, but how are you really" type of post. This really hit me hard because the truth is, I've been trying to write one for weeks. To say October was … Continue reading life update // toxic thoughts and how to get rid of them
*Quick disclaimer: This post is all over the place, mainly because I'm trying to explain the way my mind is working currently throughout it, which is no easy task. My reason for writing this post is for those of you who may feel similarly sometimes and need someone to relate to so that you feel … Continue reading what a haircut can’t fix: feeling restless, out-of-control, and stuck.