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Feeling Lost

I think I’ve always been a little lost. Since my youth, my self-confidence has been dismal. I was never the person to join clubs or involve myself in after school activities, all because I didn’t know how to talk to people. Or was too scared to try. During weekdays I had school as an excuse…… Continue reading Feeling Lost

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Temporary Inconveniences

The flow of my words can come out endlessly like a nonstop river. Other days I squeeze out a few droplets and those are the posts I keep in my drafts section, unfinished and set aside for when I’m ready to expand on those topics. I feel I write best during times I’m completely focused…… Continue reading Temporary Inconveniences

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Guest Posting for Gallantly, gal

Hey all! This post is going to a glorified shout-out to my fellow blogger, Gallantly, gal. She has a wonderful blog with so many fun topics, like self-improvement, adulting, introversion, rants and raves about television and films, not to mention cool personality quizzes. I’m honored to have met her and become blogger friends with her.…… Continue reading Guest Posting for Gallantly, gal

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Upset Over Stupid Things

I’m still doing poorly at times with managing my anxiety. I get upset when the change starts blooming inside me. It can happen on a subconscious level without me even realizing there has been a shift in my mood. Or maybe I do recognize it but I don’t know how to seize control of what…… Continue reading Upset Over Stupid Things

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Traveling with Family

For the weekend before Memorial Day, I packed for a three-day trip to the Pocono Mountains where I stayed in a cabin at the Arrowhead Lake community. This was the first vacation I have taken with my parents in years, in addition to my brother plus his girlfriend, Bree. So much anxiety, ugh. Because it…… Continue reading Traveling with Family

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RIP to Mobile Games

It seemed unimaginable that there might be a day when I would decide to say goodbye to mobile games forever. Some days ago, I did just that. No more Candy Crush, Farm Heroes Super Saga, or Cookie Jam on my phone. The trinity of 3-match games I have played on and off for these past…… Continue reading RIP to Mobile Games

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3 Quotes, 1 Challenge – Part 3

  Another day, another quote. 😊 I really appreciate ispeakloudthoughts for nominating me for this prompt. This will be the last quote for the challenge. Thanks for the support! RULES: • Thank the person who nominated you. • Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day). • Nominate 3 different bloggers…… Continue reading 3 Quotes, 1 Challenge – Part 3

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Anxiety Blog Guest Post

Recently I did a guest post for the You, Me and Anxiety blog, where people submit their own stories about their mental health with a honest and humorous spin to it. The idea is to bring awareness to mental health while also not diminishing the seriousness of it, but make it more accessible to those…… Continue reading Anxiety Blog Guest Post

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3 Quotes, 1 Challenge – Part 2

It’s Day 2 of the 3 Quotes, 1 Challenge prompt! Once again, much love and thanks to ispeakloudthoughts for nominating me. RULES: • Thank the person who nominated you. • Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day). • Nominate 3 different bloggers for each day. Quote of the Day Some…… Continue reading 3 Quotes, 1 Challenge – Part 2