to my pre-college self: You are embarking on an amazing journey — by the end, your knees will throb and your ankles will ache from the four- year hike, but your legs will know how to keep you moving even when you think you might crumble. Everything you are ashamed of will become what you… Continue reading a letter –
my acupuncturist keeps me grounded. she runs her own office - just her and the needles. sure, there are cotton swabs and cups and heat lamps too. her perfectly pressed white pants peek out from under her equally pristine white coat. her small blush suede heels emit a delicate indication of her every step as… Continue reading acupuncture
i want a burly man to squeeze me tight every time we meet. i want a man to swim in a waterfall with, hike the grand canyon with, go skydiving with. i want a dog dad — a mastiff — i want to sit outside under the stars, the three of us, on a warm… Continue reading wanting
And sometimes, I have really difficult days. I can feel it coming on. There is a general emptiness in my body - my limbs feel weightless and there’s a numbness in my gut. It’s hard to think anything at all at first. But when a thought comes, the tears immediately pour out. These tears that… Continue reading tears
quiet your doubts, insecurities, fears; turn up the volume of your intuition.
My months fill easily, my scrawl covers most every compartment of the page. There are so many things that I want to do. There are so many things that I want to see. There are so many things that I want to accomplish. There are so many things that I can do. There are so… Continue reading Calendar Planning
Writing is part of my bones - my grandfather was a sportswriter. My mother wrote poems and children's books. My cousin writes novels. And me? Well, I’ve just always written. In my childhood, my mother insisted that writing was the best way to solve a problem. You can articulate everything that you’re feeling. And then… Continue reading a manifesto