• Addiction and how it impacts the people around you

    Have you ever loved someone that struggled with an addiction? For me addiction is a word I learned at an early age. Growing up in a house with recovering addicts it was a constant discussion at the dinner table and the culture I was immersed in.  Although it wasn’t until I experienced it with someone, I was extremely close with,…

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  • Breaking up with Friends

    We all go through life having various relationships and friendships that shape us into the people we are today. Some of those relationships follow you into various stages of your life, while others are there for the season. I believe that everyone we encounter in life serves a purpose; whether it be to help us along our way or to…

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  • April Showers Bring May Flowers: Gardening for Beginners

    Everyone knows the old saying and when I hear it, I immediately think of all the spring blooms. From the smell of a nearby lilac bush to the smell of fresh cut grass, spring is in the air and it happens to be the best time to get a head start on planning and planting your garden. Whether you are…

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  • Summer To-Do List: Music Festivals

    Warmer weather is officially here, and that means the season of late nights, acoustic sets, food trucks, and friendly gatherings is right around the corner. Warmer weather also marks the start of music festivals all around the country. Coachella Coachella kicks off the 2019 festival season on April 12-14 and the following weekend April 19-21 in Indio, California. Coachella is…

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  • Why Not to Date Your “Type”

    If you’ve ever had your heart broken once or twice you know all too well the pain that comes along with it. How vulnerable you felt because you opened yourself up to someone, only to have your heart crushed. Just the idea of dating makes you sick to your stomach. Although with time you eventually go through the natural stages…

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  • Spring Cleaning- A Survival Guide: Books, Papers, and Miscellaneous Items

    In the previous post, we learned how to clean out our closets using the KonMari method. “A feature of the KonMari method is that you clean by item and not location” -Marie Kondo (Tidying Up 2018). This article is going to focus on cleaning and organizing other troublesome areas that tend to be cluttered. Books The next category in this…

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