15 Years of Friendship

In many instances, people come in and out of our lives– sometimes for good reasons, sometimes for bad. We grow up, gaining friends and losing friends; holding onto our dearest friends, and sometimes even losing them along the way. Sometimes, amongst all of the trials and tribulations we encounter, we even tend to lose ourselves.…

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What is your passion?

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why.” —Mark Twain In the novel 360 Degrees of Success, Ana Weber writes, “People always tell me that they wish they could bottle up my energy. I do tend to have a big smile on…

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Cape May, New Jersey

Imagine waking up every morning for a week straight to a view like this? For one whole week this past June, my family, my boyfriend and I went down to Cape May, New Jersey– just to get away. The first night we arrived down in the cape we all went to get ice cream together.…

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“Falling in Love” vs. “Standing in Love”

The concept of “Standing in Love” rather than “Falling in Love” is discussed in Erich Fromm’s The Art of Loving. On page four of The Art of Loving, Fromm says, “The third error leading to the assumption that there is nothing to be learned about love lies in the confusion between the initial experience of “falling” in love, and the…

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The First Date

My boyfriend and I have been dating for almost six months now, having met while we were both out one night this past November, the Monday before Thanksgiving to be exact. For some reason, we both went out on a Monday. I remember exactly what I was wearing; a black dress and a red flannel. The moment…

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Monday Book Review: No Exit

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Monday’s can be a drag. So, I thought I would begin to upload a new book review every Monday to encourage people not only to read my blog, but to also read good books! John Green once wrote, ““Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical…

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Oh, Sunday.

Sunday’s are considered the day of rest, right? But what is so restful about a Sunday when all we tend to think about is the dreadful Monday morning? When we think of Sunday’s our mind tends to stray to a different kind of rest– doing the rest of the laundry, finishing the rest of our…

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Finding (Yourself At) Home

The idea of coming home from college for almost four months has to be the worst idea known to man. Who decided to make me settle somewhere totally different, expect me to adapt in a few months, make an entirely new set of friends, and then before I know it have to come back home with…

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