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I was born to write. My entire life, I have had a passion for stories, characters, and the way they make you feel. When you read my pieces, if you come away having smiled, shed a tear, or felt a strong something that only art can conjure, than I have done my job. Artists have the honor of translating the pain and beauty of the human experience into something profound and tangible, and I hope that by reading my work, you get a glimpse into what drives me, what my passions are, and what I'm living for.
THE IMPORTANCE OF A RESTFUL DAY
APRIL 21, 2018
Restful Sundays are one of the best things I have incorporated into my routine. Albeit, this semester, I haven't been great about keeping up with it, and I can see the effects on my mood.
MONTHLY FAVORITES // JANUARY 28,2018
1. Harry Potter
We need to talk about: bullying in entertainment
WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT // JANUARY 12, 2018
You're probably familiar with some of the biggest titles in entertainment recently: Dear Evan Hansen, 13 Reasons Why and even lesser-known movies such as Netflix's A Girl Like Her. (I watched A Girl Like Her last week and it WRECKED me.)
HOW TO BE CHRISTMAS-Y IN COLLEGE
CHRISTMAS // WRITING // DECEMBER 3, 2017
It is that time of year again, folks. Hot chocolate, snow, the scent of evergreen. I am SO EXCITED y’all you have no idea. Christmas is my favorite time of year, without a doubt. There’s something about being with your family, fireplaces and cozy blankets, and the feeling that for a few weeks, the whole world is at peace (even though I know that isn’t always the case).
Just a Southern girl with big city dreams. At any time I'm not doing homework, I can be found reading, watching a historical or fantasy series on Netflix, or writing what I hope will become a bestselling trilogy. My three favorite things are Jesus, The Chronicles of Narnia, and Christmas.
Writing // September 17, 2017
When I was little, my favorite activity was time travel. I always longed to be transported by books and movies, to lose touch with reality for just long enough. All the way up through high school, when I needed an escape, all I had to do was crack the cover of a beloved novel and jump into another world.