No matter what people tell you,
words and ideas
can change the world.-Robin Williams
A collection of posts by me:
As an anxiety-riddled and slight OCD-riddled teenager, I’ve always overbooked my schedule. During my high school years–free time didn’t exist that much. For example, my senior year. Every day started with AP Calculus at 8 AM, then I drove to college for my college credit plus classes. Then, I […]
I realized recently that I was delving more into topics that affected me personally, and I wanted to get back to the basics. I want to talk just about mental health and how much it can affect others and yourself without you ever noticing. When I first started this […]
Now, whatever you thought about while reading this, just know it’ll be okay. We’re taught from a young age that the best thing to do is to not feel our emotions for so long and to push them away. But, alas that is not the best for us. It […]
I’ve always been a hopeless romantic. I was the kid who watched hallmark constantly, but never without my brothers’ and dad’s comments about how they “knew how it would end”. Despite this, I always just wanted to find a love like in the movies. Everyone always told that it […]
Sounds like a mouthful right? You’d be shocked to find that this phobia is actually very common among most teens and adults. For all of you curious minds, let me tell you what this fear is. Kakorrhaphiobia: The fear of failure. Such a long word for something everyone seems […]
It’s been a busy summer. In fact, it still is. But I sat down at my vacation a couple weeks ago and realized it had been quite a bit since I last posted. I figured I wanted to post, and I knew exactly what to write about. I made […]
Medication can be a little daunting to some people. Personally, I just find it to be a bit useless usually. I was never one to take the Mucinex or Ibuprofen or Advil or Tylenol whenever my mom told me to. It never seemed to change anything. So, when my […]
In memoriam of Loretta Leugers Rempe. May she rest in peace knowing she was loved by many far and wide. I’m taking a break from my normal blogging to make a post dedicated to my great grandmother Loretta. She recently passed away at the age of 100, and she […]
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