Accepting My Identity Outside of “Mother”

Moms, Dads, athletes,┬áprofessionals, and students are all common ways that people identify themselves. For a period of time during my younger years I identified myself as a Type A Perfectionist. I was born with a plan and goals and nothing was going to stop me from completing my plans and achieving my goals. As time … Continue reading Accepting My Identity Outside of “Mother”

A Letter To My 18 Year Old Self

I know right now it seems like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders. I know how badly you yearn for everything to be just so; to be perfect. Your GPA, your first apartment, your first car...all of these things now hold sleep hostage like a villain unresponsive to any negotiation tactics. … Continue reading A Letter To My 18 Year Old Self

The Writer’s Quote Challenge

While I have been inspired by many, many authors and their respective quotes, one has stuck with me since my Junior Year of college. As a Bostonian, Fall has long been my favorite season. Don't get me wrong, I love my weekends spent lounging on the beach, but there is something so unique and refreshing … Continue reading The Writer’s Quote Challenge