It’s scary to think that in just two weeks I’ll no longer be a teenager. The past couple years of my life I’ve learned more about myself and some important lessons that have helped me grow as a person. As I roll up to my twentieth birthday I’ve been finding myself reflecting more and more […]Read more "Ten Lessons From My Teen Years"
Picking your university program is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. It determines your entire life path, and leads to the job that you will be working for the rest of your years. It’s scary, it’s intimidating, and most importantly, it’s exciting! Thinking back on the decisions I made regarding my university […]Read more "A Drastic Life Change"
Okay, so a tiny disclaimer to the misleading title… I wasn’t actually what one would picture as a “rebel” child, rather I was more of a teenaged girl who didn’t tell her parents the entire story 🙂 It started when I was about 16 years old. Where I’m from, you can officially get piercings without […]Read more "The Rebellious Teen Years"
2017 marks the first year since grade 7 that I will not have a valentine for February 14th. I know I know… how in the world is that something to complain about? What could possibly be so wrong in your life? But, the fact that I’m happy and that I’m okay with this, I’m honestly […]Read more "First Time in Years"
The first time I told my parents that I was choosing to live with seven girls this year, their jaws dropped to the floor and quickly responded “why” It started with my parents, then my family, then my friends.. WHY would you EVER choose to live with that many girls? Specifically ones you didn’t even […]Read more "It’s Really Not That Bad…"
January 25th, 2017. Bell Let’s Talk Day. This year, I have decided to take a leap of faith and open up about my experiences with mental illness. Not many people know about this because talking to people about how I feel has never been my strong suit, but as today is about spreading awareness and […]Read more "One Day at a Time"
Hard liquor does bad things to good people (and sometimes good things for bad people?) I’ve endured years of bad BAD hangovers, blacked out nights, often falling into a terrible drunken state that no one enjoys being around. So, as a result of this, I’ve evolved from that blacked out drunk girl who didn’t make it out of the house […]Read more "A White Girls Guide to a Uni-Budget Wine"