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Let’s Talk About Relationships

Relationships are a whirlwind of emotions. They leave us feeling happy, sad, inspired, frustrated, stagnate, optimistic, secure, anxious… and the list goes on. I’m the person that gets anal as fuck and looks to generic blog posts from Cosmopolitan for guidance when things get rocky with my guy. The problem I have with online dating … Continue reading

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Definition of the Day:   Malaise: A general feeling of discomfort, illness, or uneasiness whose exact cause is difficult to identify. Lyric of the Day:  “You don’t know who you are The road’s gonna take you, make you walk too far You’re a liar, you’re a thief, you’re a star But you don’t know who … Continue reading

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Lyric of the Day: “And irony is okay, I suppose, culture is to blame You try and mask your pain in the most postmodern way You lack substance when you say Something like, ‘Oh, what a shame’ It’s just a self-referential way that stops you having to be human” – The 1975, “Sincerity is Scary” … Continue reading

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Lyric of the day: “She don’t like small places Give her highways and byways And don’t get stuck in her head And it’s been so long And I will read into everything you don’t say All of your silent ways” – Vance Joy, “Red Eye”  

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Quote of the day: “I remember sometimes being sad in this world filled with people so preoccupied with physical disparity, a global culture that insists that all people are different and therefore unequal. As I began to comprehend the nature of that same prejudice within myself, I came to see that my discomfort was the … Continue reading

“The best way to get something done is to begin.”

I’m sitting here and I’m thinking to myself, “lol, I’m writing a blog. what AM I doing writing a blog?” I’m also thinking what possessed me to eat so much today because now I’m contemplating sleeping through April. But that’s a valid question, right? I could be making headway on my college loans, reading my Bible, saving the … Continue reading