Wow, long time, no write. I know it has been an eternity since I last posted but I just truly haven’t been happy with the content I was producing. I have sat and tried to write this piece for what feels like a long time but in reality, I haven’t been ready to write this … More Set Your Soul on Fire
September 20, 2014. A day that is forever etched into my mind, this is a day that turned my world as I knew it. I was out with some friends at a party for the first time since getting to college, and around 1:30-2 AM an event occurred that completely altered my life. … More Love Is All You Need
I recently watched the movie, How To Be Single, if you haven’t seen it, it’s about one woman’s journey about learning what it means to truly be “single”. After watching the movie, I couldn’t help but think to myself, “Wow, this is so me.” I related to the main character in this movie more than … More Here’s To Being Single
I am the number one perpetrator of forever wishing I had the body I had in high school. Especially the past two years. These past two years I have really struggled with body image. I would constantly look back at my pictures from my junior and senior year of high school imagining what it would … More I Hate My Thighs (And The Many Other Lies We Tell Ourselves)
As I am approaching the end of my sophomore year in college, I have learned and experienced many things. Now, I definitely haven’t had what you would consider the typical college experience but I do think that many of these one-sentence reminders are things that every young adult needs to hear. YOU are your own … More 30 Things Every Young Adult Needs to Hear Right Now
I have been told that I dream too greatly That my mind dwells in a fantasy rivaling even the most prestigious novelists “You’ve got your hands full with that one” they used to say As if my lack there of limitations was crippling I have no concept of failure I never have A 7-year-old Meghan … More Ordinary
Picture this: You’re holding up the first place plaque with your soccer team. Deciding between where you’re going for college and loving your sport Now… picture this: you’re stuck with crutches in order to move from place to place. You’re sitting in physical therapy for hours on end, sitting on the couch icing your ankle … More What Happens After the Injury?
It has always been said that death is hardest on the living. When you experience a loss, you grieve, then accept it, and finally you attempt to move on from it but in all seriousness you never truly recover from it. You find yourself being consoled by the grief because it proves that you haven’t … More A Note on Loss
Everyone in the world has the same goal; we all just what to figure out what we’re supposed to do with our lives. Whether it be sitting at work wishing we could be working a different job in a different place, spending our time at home wishing we could be anywhere else but there, or … More Just Bloom
Growing up I was always afraid of my own shadow, I was so worried about what others would think of me and I let my own fears get in my way. Bravery is not something that we are born with, it is a characteristic that develops as we grow and live through life experiences. I … More What is Bravery?