Tag: life

In a bad place. Not Mentally, I just live in the United States.

Okay, I’ll admit it. I am maybe, most definitely, the world’s worst blogger. This is literally just becoming my diary, so, so sorry about that. I kind of don’t even know where to start. The world keeps getting scarier, and waking up with a… Continue Reading “In a bad place. Not Mentally, I just live in the United States.”


Whenever I’ve been faced with something overwhelming and terrifying, I’ve turned to writing to make myself feel better, or at the very least air out all of my thoughts and feelings. Recently, I’ve felt like even writing things out is a burden, and can… Continue Reading “Stuck”

Pretending the world isn’t shut down

So, with everything going on in the world, I’ve obviously been taking advantage of all of the free time I have recently found myself surrounded by, by getting back into reading. Even with the world’s most avid of readers, there are still lulls of… Continue Reading “Pretending the world isn’t shut down”

Life Do Really Be Like That

“I’m going to blog daily!! I’m going to get famous from my writing!! I am!! So!! Good!!” she said before writing five blog posts and disappearing. Life has truly been a wild roller coaster in 2020, and between running to the bathroom 68 times… Continue Reading “Life Do Really Be Like That”

from editor, to librarian to literally how am I going to afford to live in boston.

Okay, I know we all joke or whatever, but Boston is so expensive that I cannot step a foot outside of my apartment without spending money. Dunkin’ Donuts is literally down the block, how is a girl to resist that? Not to mention, one… Continue Reading “from editor, to librarian to literally how am I going to afford to live in boston.”

girl finds herself in grad school.

Siena College was the location of the best four years of my life. Forget high school – college gave me my favorite people, allowed me to get my foot in the door as a main editor of the school’s student run newspaper, taught me… Continue Reading “girl finds herself in grad school.”

from ny to ma.

Anyone who knew me growing up, along with probably a good majority of my immediate and extended family, most likely all could have agreed on the idea that I was way too shy and nervous to ever make a big move like leave the… Continue Reading “from ny to ma.”