Tag: self-confidence

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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The Irony of Beauty

How do we define beauty? By what standard do we measure it? By numbers? By pictures? By words? What does beauty mean? Is beauty tied to the clothes we wear? Is beauty the difference between whether we look like we’re trying, but not quite “put-together” and what even is put together? Does anyone know? Is…

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Am I a Writer?

Recently, I submitted an article to Thought Catalog, an online blogging platform targeted toward millennials. I didn’t really think Thought Catalog would publish my work, but they did. My initial reaction was that of fear. I don’t know why. I wanted to be published on a platform other than my own personal blog. I got…

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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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