What do you do when you don't know what makes you happy?
New Year's is one of my favorite holidays, and has been since before drinking champagne was an option. It comes with a sense of cleansing - this idea that whatever happened last year does not matter, for in ten seconds it'll all be behind us and we will embrace a fresh-faced year that we pledge… Continue reading Resolutions Worth Following
The holidays haven't been easy for me in a long time. Since I was fourteen, Christmas day has been accompanied by a sense of emptiness, this nagging feeling that I should be happy, but I just can't be. I know that I have a wonderful family that provides me with anything I could want. I know that I… Continue reading It came without ribbons
Hey guys. I know, I know, it’s been a while. In case you missed it, I’m taking a little break from my blog to really focus on my articles for the Tab. Anyways, here I am. Most of the time, words come to me easily. I've been writing my feelings since I was about eight.… Continue reading Closer to Fine
Hey guys. I know, I know, it's been a while. In case you missed it, I'm taking a little break from my blog to really focus on my articles for the Tab (which, by the way, has been a really great experience. Getting to know that your work has been seen thousands of times over… Continue reading You Do You
Sorority girls are superficial. Sorority girls are arrogant. Sorority girls are promiscuous. Sorority girls are bitchy. Sorority girls are dumb. Sorority girls are partiers. Sorority girls are slackers. Sorority girls are not the women that we would want our daughters to grow up to be. This is what our television, our websites, and sometimes even our… Continue reading Sorority Girls
Whoa. The year is almost over. In two weeks, I'll no longer be a baby Tar Heel. I'll be an upcoming sophomore with a lease on an apartment and a cancelled meal plan and only one introductory-level course to speak of in her schedule. Honestly, I didn't really foresee this week coming so quickly. I'm pretty… Continue reading Sakai, Supdogs, and Self-Worth: What I Learned my Freshman Year at UNC