I've noticed some new faces around here since my last post, and first, I'd like to thank everyone who has taken the time to read my posts and to like and comment on them! The interaction and positive feedback has been great to see, and I can't wait to see this blog grow even more! … Continue reading 50 Random Facts About Me!
It's that time of year once again where we can all agree on one thing: that none of us seem to know where the heck our year went! I know I surely don't. 2019 was such a whirlwind for me, full of ups and downs; low points I didn't think I'd ever bounce back from … Continue reading Cheers to 2019!
So, you're a college student. You go to a campus of nearly 50,000 people. You talk to people throughout your day, you go to parties, you get invited places. Everything should be great, right? But what if it's not? What if during these parties, you find yourself zoning out, wondering if any of these people … Continue reading The “L Word” of College
For those of you who have been with this blog since the beginning, or have read my posts from the the beginning, I'm going to make an addendum to the very first post I ever posted on this blog. If you haven't read it, I'll link it here, and I suggest taking a scan through … Continue reading A Response to my 2017 Self
**Trigger warning: this post talks about depression, anxiety, eating disorders and suicidal ideation** NOTE: If you're looking at this post, please I encourage you to scroll to the bottom of this post if you don't have time to read it all and read the notes I'm going to leave at the end of this post … Continue reading Antidepressants…But make it Normalized
As some of you may or may not know, I applied to be an OA at the end of my second semester freshman year, and I began the job the summer before my sophomore year at OSU. It has quickly become one of my favorite things I have done during my time at OSU, and … Continue reading Weird Work Stories
Picture it like this: you’re a trained explorer in a remote jungle, but you’ve been here before. Hundreds of times, perhaps even thousands. You know the terrain like the back of your hand, and can see it on a map. One day, you’re sent back to the jungle. It starts out fine. You’re enjoying it. … Continue reading Anxiety
Hey guys, it's been awhile since I posted on here. A really long time. I guess I got busy with working over the summer and then school has started again and I have a job on campus this year that's caused me to practically become nocturnal. Seriously, my sleep schedule is non-existent; which is why … Continue reading 3 Things I didn’t know about Grief before I experienced it