Uncomfortably Me

Hey guys! Okay, so I know that I have basically went MIA, and I apologize for that. I am increasingly growing behind on my 365-day personal writing challenge; I will be resuming that either tonight or tomorrow, depending on how this goes, and my state of being. I am really tired. (I know that’s a bad excuse, but oh well.)  Continue reading “Uncomfortably Me”

The Liebster Award

What is the Liebster Award exactly? Well, I didn’t know, either, so I did some quick research. Turns out, it’s a huge thing that bloggers do to promote other bloggers—which, in my opinion, is super sweet. It gives everyone involved an equal opportunity to find more content to read, and to connect with others in the blogging community. And what kind of blogger wouldn’t want that? Continue reading “The Liebster Award”

Thankful For You

One thing that you really need to understand about me is how protective I am when it comes to family—specifically my immediate family. The way I see it is that I can shit on them whenever I want to, because it’s my relationship with them, and I’ve seen just about every side of each and every one of them, to the point where I know them probably a little better than they know themselves. Continue reading “Thankful For You”

Daydreaming And Confused

You know what’s a weird feeling? Thinking about one event for so long that you’re no longer sure if it ever actually happened, or if it was just a dream. Continue reading “Daydreaming And Confused”

Halfway Happy: The Importance Of Compromise

“Compromise is something that’s kind of in-between. It’s like halfway happy.” – Jim Hopper, Stranger Things

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Sippin’ Tea

I get a sick sense of amusement whenever people ask me if I would like some coffee. This is because I don’t like coffee at all; I don’t even really care for the smell of it. And when I get the opportunity to tell people that I don’t like coffee, I look forward to the reaction that follows. It’s usually something along the lines of: “What do you mean you don’t like coffee?!” or, my personal favorite, “Oh, okay…I didn’t like coffee when I was your age, either.”  Continue reading “Sippin’ Tea”

Worriers vs. Warriors

There are two kinds of people in the world. There are people who are portrayed as fierce and headstrong and instinctual, and there are others that are more anxious, cognitive, and doubtful. Those guys are called the Worriers and the Warriors.  Continue reading “Worriers vs. Warriors”