Words I Won’t be Using in 2018 (and a few I will)

I’ll be honest, I’m a complete word nerd. Words hold a great amount of power in our lives, more power than we give them credit for. The way we talk and the words we choose can shape our perspectives, alter our experiences, and even impact our mental health. This is why for 2018, I have chosen […]

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29 Things I’ve Learned in 29 Years

As per tradition, here it goes… More people struggle with anxiety than you think. Trust me. We can achieve great things in life if we choose positivity and get out of our own way. Cesar Salad is always a safe choice. Beer can be yummy (especially this beer). And Kronenberg Blanc is the best pizza […]

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Showing Up and Holding Myself Accountable

At the time of writing this, it is almost midnight on a Thursday. I haven’t published a blog in over six months, yet here I am, awake, sipping tea, and spilling my heart out on a page. The nostalgia is washing over me. Confession: I have not held much integrity in this space. When I […]

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My Eating Disorder Story (+ encouragement)

Hello and welcome to Storytime Friday! This is a series I will be doing on my YouTube Channel. Every Friday I will share a story with you guys. Sometimes it may be something funny or embarrassing; other times it will be something I’ve learned or experienced. Some of them will be lighthearted and fun, and […]

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28 Things I’ve Learned in 28 Years

  It’s that time of the year again. Actually, it’s past that time of the year again but let’s just leave that aside. On December 6th I turned twenty-eight and [as] [per] [tradition], here are some things I’ve learned over the past year…  Being put under anaesthesia isn’t as scary as I once thought, but […]

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