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On the Verge of 25

May 14, 2013


Every year when my birthday comes along, I feel like my new year is just starting again. It’s my version of New Year’s. So May 17 serves as my January 1. When’s your new year start? I look back at another year gone by. Last year, I got off to a rough start. I made […]

Dating and Trying Not to Get Caught Up in the Politics of It All

February 1, 2013


A lot of things change when you start dating. Basically every relationship you have is affected in one way or another. Your schedule changes. Your emotions change. Everything feels like it’s on fire. The truth is, the trickiest thing I have discovered since dating is staying true to myself. Trying to please every other person […]

Being in Your Twenties Sucks — Confessions of a Frustrated and Confused 24-Year-Old

June 25, 2012


When you’re in middle school, you’re informed that high school is a “rough place,” but that it’s fun. You start off at the bottom of the food chain again, but by your senior year, you’ll probably have had your first boyfriend, your first kiss, your college picked out, and the assurance of what you’re meant […]

I Would Understand

May 30, 2012


I love Yes Man. It’s my favorite Jim Carrey movie (where he’s funny). There are so many hilarious and great scenes in this film. One of my favorites is when Zooey Deschanel sings with Munchausen by Proxy. Check it. And I couldn’t not include this hilarious scene with Jim Carrey singing Jumper. Enjoy.

Who Knows What the Tide Could Bring?

May 25, 2012


Hey there, folks. It’s been a long, rough week. Horrible, to put it nicely. Anyways, when I’m down and going through a hard time, I always have a set of go-to movies. So if I start putting up videos of favorite scenes recently, you’ll know why then :) Cast Away has been one of my favorite […]

Isn’t It Ironic? Don’t Ya Think?

May 22, 2012


In a time when I can’t find the words to describe my feelings, Alanis Morisette nails it with her song Ironic. Yesterday, I read a post entitled “Everybody Deserves a Broken Heart.” It amazes me how our lives are not coincidental, and although I like to occasionally call life ironic, I know there’s a bigger plan taking […]