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Blogger By On July 21, 2020

I’m on Youtube!

It seems there’s no better time than quarantine to start a Youtube channel! It’s something casual I’m doing just for fun, I don’t expect to frequently post and when quarantine ends, I might not have time for it anymore. It’s a new platform for me and I’m not used to being in front of the camera so its an adjustment…

Dating Blog By On March 18, 2020

When Are You Going to Get Married?

I’ve finally hit the age where the first wave of engagements and babies is coming, and boy is it strong! Especially with the holidays where everyone is really feeling the spirit of family, there was a new social media post every week! I’m so happy for all my school friends and people from my local community that are starting new…

Dating Blog By On January 15, 2020

Digital Love Language

Some of us may be familiar with the 5 love languages but I thought with this modern dating era, there might be a second layer.   Constant Texting Some people want that constant connection and interaction. They want to talk about their day, about events with friends, and random childhood memories. They want to learn everything about you, every detail…

Blogger By On December 26, 2019

The Year of 5K!

Over the summer I set the goal to hit 4K views for each month and amazingly, I hit it and then some! July and August I surprisingly reached 5K both times! This was my first time ever getting such a high reach. So far I’ve been able to keep this streak going for the rest of the year as well…

Blogger By On December 11, 2019

Quarterly Favorites Recap – December

The last quarterly favorites recap of 2019! Check out :           March                 June                 September to see how the rest of the year went!   Favorite show: I just finished season two of Jack Ryan on Amazon Prime! I’m also watching…

Poetry By On November 18, 2019

Do You Want Me or Not?

You say you don’t need me as you reach out for my hand. You try to leave me as you post pictures  Desperate for my eyes to see.   We each take turns posting Green lights at the edge of Gatsby’s dock.  We never say what we mean afraid that darkness might be the only response.   -Sept 2019