But if I could go back in time, I would have found myself in that same memory. I would let him have the shaded swing and content myself with the metal slide that literally burned my ass because it was always under the sun.
(wo)menstruation: Trying a Menstrual Cup for the First Time
In an effort to be more cost efficient and environmentally conscious, I purchased a menstrual cup (MC) back in October. It had arrived at the perfect time as my period started the day after it came in the mail and, as any millennial would do, I documented my experience on my Instagram (which has been…
Superstitions and Ghost (?) Stories
In 5th grade, my teacher asked us if our families had any superstitions. One of my classmates responded that, according to his mom, when his bed isn’t made, his guardian angel is still sleeping. From that moment in my life, I have become vigilant in fixing my bed every morning. Now, I fix my bed…
2017 Was Dramatic AF: A watered down reflection of my year and maybe some insight (but probably not)
2017 has been a year full of growth and revelations. Which really doesn’t make it all that special because my dramatic ass has been “coming to realizations” every other month. My life is really just one existential crises after the other.
Yet what of the distant stillness after the chaos? When order has given way to destruction and all stand in silence to wonder, is it over?
Excerpts From My Middle School Diaries (And My 20 y/o Responses to Them)
Recently, I cleaned out my room and I came across a box of letters and journal entries I wrote between the latter part of my elementary years through middle and high school. As you will soon see, I was a highly dramatic kid. I decided to take few excerpts and share them. …