This post is about welcoming Fall with grace and ease, something I’ve professedly failed at in previous years.
The majority of my friends nowadays express their fantasies to me about moving across the country, ocean, or world. This “anywhere but here” mentality permeates through age, gender, culture, and social class. How often do you hear friends or coworkers say, “Man, I wish I could live in XYZ. That would be unreal”? Even my […]
From my very first recollection of reality, I had always known that I was being nurtured, pampered, and molded into a particular person my parents had in mind for me. Not just an image, but a entire person, aspirations and all. As with many youngsters, I spent the majority of my childhood in school. There […]
I woke up this morning at my boyfriend’s fairytale cabin in Yosemite, dusted with snow and fragments of golden light, and felt a surge of inspiration to document my revelations. Halfway through February, and I can’t help but think that Life has purposefully pushed me to my edge to watch me break, to molt, to […]
Long-distance relationships, much like most relationships, can completely alter your understanding of yourself and your partner. Here’s what being in a long-distance relationship over the past year has taught me.
There once was a time when books were created by publishers in far-off lands with pristine printing presses and hidden formatting magic. This how-to guide will teach you the ins and outs of self-publishing.
Bees are my worst fear. Spiders, I’m okay with. No, really. They look scary but they can’t fly in zig-zags around you while buzzing in your ear and threatening to prick you with their butts. Anyone watch American Horror Story Cult, haha? I’m trying to become a minimalist. I already have a fairly basic cleansing/skincare/beauty […]
Gliding just above the California coast, I peer beyond the infinitesimal waves, divots, grains, and spirals as words escape me once again. As a writer, it is my duty to hold onto fleeting moments for just a breath longer: enough to encapsulate the undulations of the tides mirrored by the stillness of the cloud cover. […]