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Being Single: First Year.

It’s been one year since my break-up. Something I thought I wouldn’t survive, but I did. I was so in love, so dependent of this other being, I lost sight of who I was, of who I wanted to become and made my ex the complete sun of my universe. My thoughts were about him,… Continue reading Being Single: First Year.

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The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan.

When I first heard about this book, I thought Marina Keegan committed suicide. I’m not sure why I thought that; I mean, maybe because when something inspired by death, is because someone couldn’t take the world, or something close. But I was wrong, this time it was different; Marina Keegan didn’t in fact, committed suicide,… Continue reading The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan.

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Owning The Part You’re Most Judged About.

I am very sensitive. I can cry very easily, people affect me, things affect me. I get touched very easily and I can feel other people's situation like they are my own, I am very empathetic. I love this part of me, I am vulnerable and I care about everything. Before, I hated this; I didn't… Continue reading Owning The Part You’re Most Judged About.

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First Trip Alone: Virginia.

This coming week I’m traveling to Virginia for acting purposes. Not only am I crazy excited and scared, but I’m also nervous for the big learning experience that comes with traveling by yourself and taking that leap into adulthood. I’ve always wanted to travel alone around the world, but financially I’m not ready and mentally… Continue reading First Trip Alone: Virginia.

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Book Review: Presence by Amy Cuddy

Has anybody seen her TEDTalk? It’s pretty incredible and very enjoyable. I have noticed that a lot of us become very apologetic about the things we like, as if we don’t deserve them, myself included, body language really shows with a bowed head, averted eyes and hands held together in front, as if to protect… Continue reading Book Review: Presence by Amy Cuddy