A part of me can’t believe I’ve been blogging for two whole years because it was the most difficult journey getting this blog up and running! Here’s a look back on how it all started and why blogging’s been one the best decisions I’ve made yet!
I wrote this during the pandemic when I realized so much of my self-worth came from productivity. It took me years after writing this blog post to let go of that mentality, but here’s the thoughts I had about it in 2020. #fromthearchives
I’m a person who feels guilty for every damn thing I do, and outgrowing some of my hometown friendships was definitely one of them. It took me a minute to realize people grow and change at different rates, and that’s okay!
This year, the books I did read really taught me a lot and two of them left an impact on my life that I truly consider life changing- and that’s not just me being dramatic.
I’ve made a lot of bad choices before, but going on a break between my junior and senior year was the best idea I ever had. Here’s why!
A little over a year ago I was going through hell and taking it out on my body. My anxiety was some of the worst it’s been and I was so angry at God, the world, and the pandemic that was stealing some of my best years. Everyday that I woke up I hated my life and the direction it was going.
It’s been a busy past three months, and I can’t believe that means I’m halfway done with my internship at the station I grew up watching! Here’s what I’ve been busy with.
The stretch of time between Halloween and Easter always seems to draaaaag on for me. Winter’s my least favorite season for SO many reasons. I don’t celebrate the fun holiday of Christmas, the winters get sooo cold here in Washington, the sun setting at 5 p.m. makes me want to cry, it’s always raining, and it just seems like a gloomy time no matter what twist I put on it.
I’ve made more permanent changes to my life this year than ever before, thanks to a diagnosis that lead me on a journey to become holistically healthier. Here’s some of these things that have changed my life for the better!
It didn’t happen overnight, but the people and the places in my hometown that were literally ruining my life also created a hatred in my heart for the entire city. I’m not from a small town at all- Kent has over 100,000 people who call it home. But sometimes all it takes is a handful of bad memories to ruin the entire place for you.