Tag: self-acceptance

I am Me. That is Enough.

I am me. I don’t know how to be anybody else. And sometimes, being me, feels like a curse because I can be a little high strung, quirky as hell, and often it feels like nobody really understands me except, well, me.  Does anyone else feel like this?  I guess I don’t have to be…

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Who am I?

I’m still trying to find my voice. Who am I? Who do I want to be? What is it I want out of life? How do I get there? I don’t have it all figured out…and that’s okay. I’ve found myself questioning a lot these days. Post-grad life will do that. Only thing is I’ve…

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Fear, Joy and Adventure

If I’m being completely and brutally honest, sometimes just leaving my house to go to Target scares me so needless to say getting on a plane to India was way out of my comfort zone. Which is exactly why I wanted to go. Because I knew that I couldn’t keep living my life in fear.…

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Embracing Change

There are seasons in life. With the changing seasons comes life changes. It’s all about perspective. Change is inevitable. It’s how we handle change that matters.  I’m a bit of a type A personality, and I like my life to be organized and I like to have a plan. The problem is, life doesn’t always…

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Imperfectly Me

Sometimes, it feels like I need to rehearse my life. If I’m not prepared for every moment, every conversation, every possible scenario—then how will I know how to react? Or rather—act? I’m not good at being put on the spot. In fact, more often than not, I absolutely suck at it.  I think back to…

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