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Ever get so caught up in life where you forget to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride? It hit me yesterday that I hardly ever take the time to enjoy life.
I was on my way to go to lunch, alone, which was completely different, but fine with me. As long as I had my cell phone to look at my social media, that was all that I needed to entertain me. I decided to sit outside because it was such a beautiful day, and, I never get the chance to sit outside anymore—I am always cooped…Continue
I can’t say I had a difficult childhood everything was so easy for me, I went to a great private school in my hometown, I took as many extracurricular classes as I wanted and I didn't start working until recently.
But my parents had it so different; my dad had to start working when he was 5 years old to support his mother and 4 sisters, he did this by selling copies of a comic book, selling candy on the streets and cleaning shoes, later by the age of 15 he started working in a boot…
Please don’t tell me to smile.
Please, don’t tell me to smile.
Just don’t tell me to smile.
I say, “Tell me” on the basis that most men don’t ask. They disrespectfully tell me to do so as though they control what is going on in my head.
That is beside the point though.
Perhaps, I am alone in this city and am too busy listening to the running commentary in my head to give you a wholehearted smile.
Maybe I am lonely and don’t see your face as…Continue
As many of us are now beginning a new school year, I thought I would share this really great article with academic survival tips. I absolutely loved the advice!
Here was my most favorite tip:
"Be confident in your abilities. If you feel like a fraud, you very likely are suffering from impostor syndrome, a chronic feeling of intellectual or personal inadequacy born of grandiose expectations about what it…Continue
Casting a Feature Film with an A List Cast
HISPANIC FEMALES & MALES – 14-70 years old from Bolivia or with bolivian native features - Peru, Ecuador, Colombia. Must look bolivian.
HISPANIC GIRLS – 4-9 years old from Bolivia or with bolivian native features – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia. Must look bolivian.
Rate - $859 per day. Also, if talent is traveling to New Orleans and…Continue
I see you. I see that you are hurting.
I’m sorry I didn’t better equip you with a stronger voice to tell others that you hurt.
You were taken advantage, but I am here to tell you, “it wasn’t your fault.”
You know this even as a young girl. You know this even though you are a prepubescent girl. You feel like you take too much space, the fact that you ate too much, felt confused over those nights and the possibility that things just never go as they plan i.e. guys,…Continue
I’ve had depression for periods of time my entire life. That’s not to say that I’ve never had long moments of happiness, I have, but it’s always been fifty-fifty. There are different things that have triggered it, but the dominant reason was not being happy and satisfied with my state of life. I’ve never taken medication for it and I don't want to for the time being.…Continue
It's that time of year again. You can see it in the aisles of Target, Walmart, and your local grocery stores that have the supplies ready for buying. Time to come back to school. For many of you all and my past self included, coming back to middle or high school is kind of a drag. But for college, the reality could not be more different. Not everyone might be as tentative to embrace the back to school energy as I was in my grade school years, so if you are excited, stay excited and this will…Continue