An ode to an old friend

If you’ve ever cried in a bathroom stall, wished he’d message sooner, danced too hard and loved even harder, stopped to photograph flowers, counted the stars in the sky, curled up in bed and listened to the seconds tick tock by, clung to a book, found romance in tranquility and beauty in heartbreak, thought about […]

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It’s okay to be a drop out

Mental health can be a royal b*tch, to say the least. I’ve spent the past couple of years juggling my depression and anxiety with student life and, honestly? It’s not for everybody. Sure, getting a degree would have been ideal, and it would look awesome on my resume, but why risk my mental stability for […]

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9PM

Tick tock, The moon is out, Time to retreat. Ding dong, it’s 9PM, Aunt Sheila’s dead. Time to mourn again until morning

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Writing Anxiety

If you’re a writer, it’s safe to say you’ve probably been there – the need to be productive, but the lack of motivation or ideas to begin. I have a love-hate relationship with writing the first few sentences of anything, especially if I’m itching to get something on paper before quite deciding what. I often […]

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