Tag: personality

  • Cheers to TWENTY THREE; things I’ve Learned

    Cheers to TWENTY THREE; things I’ve Learned

    People ask me, “How are you?” and the answer I continuously provide is that,  “My life seems to be falling apart and coming together at the same time.”  Twenty-Two was quite the rollercoaster with a lot of unexpected screams as I flew down a hill of overwhelming fear and then jerked upwards when a thrill […]

  • Reflection Fuels Growth 

    Reflection Fuels Growth 

    I spent time reflecting on a bonfire as music played in the background and day slowly faded into night. My heart was heavy as I reflected on many moments throughout my past. This time has truly brought out the depth within me that I sometimes try to suppress. I have enabled myself to look back […]

  • A Space for Growth

    A Space for Growth

    This past Spring semester I intended to take five classes. In the midst of life’s uncertainty, I desire to always be one step ahead of the game. When the Coronavirus began to make the news, I was finishing up my 3rd eight-week class and about to start my last two classes for the semester. I […]

  • Looking in my Rearview: Feeling 22 💫

    Looking in my Rearview: Feeling 22 💫

          With the COVID-19 situation going on right now, there have been a lot of unexpected moments. As I reflect on my 22nd birthday this past month, now is an even more appropriate time to sit back and ruminate upon the lessons I’ve learned. This change was also less hectic for me. Since […]

  • Interpersonal Relationships: Emotions

    Interpersonal Relationships: Emotions

    As I am taking a psychology class on theories of personality, One individual that stood out to me was Carl Rogers. He was a firm believer in communicating all feelings to avoid build-up, which results in an inappropriate relay of emotion once one has reached an overwhelming level. Doing so involves risk but can result […]

  • B.E.A.C.H: Best Escape Anyone Can Have 

    B.E.A.C.H: Best Escape Anyone Can Have 

    Written: Nov. 22, 2019 I wrote this blog in attempts to find clarity and determine personal innovation. I had a few days at the beach to reflect, and I did a follow-up reflection on my initial blog. I made sure to turn in my last assignment for my one class while making sure I was […]

  • Are Stagnancy and Growth Synonymous?

    Are Stagnancy and Growth Synonymous?

    Written: Nov. 19, 2019 I’ve had some time to think lately. A lot of time to think, actually. I’ve spoken with people who feel the same way recently. Confused, uncertain, and a little lost. I found comfort in knowing the similarity of emotions being felt or, personally speaking, the lack of emotion. Quite frankly, the […]

  • June 2019 Intentions

    June 2019 Intentions

        As Summer is in full swing, I have had some time to reflect. I had a month off of school and it looks as if I am planning to take Summer classes. I am spending the Summer working at the beach and I am grateful for this opportunity to embrace change and, ultimately, […]

  • 21 things I’ve learned in 21 Years

    21 things I’ve learned in 21 Years

    My 21st birthday occurred earlier this month. It’s funny because a lot has changed since last year. Tears, renewed friendships, faded friendships, different fears, new discoveries etc. Last year, on my birthday, I found out that my dog, age 11, was most likely going to pass. She had gotten sick at the beginning of March […]

  • Whisper Words of Wisdom: Let It Be(an)

    Whisper Words of Wisdom: Let It Be(an)

    At first, I became nervous and overwhelmed that I did not meet my blogging goals, yet again, this past month. But then it dawned on me; isn’t this what my intention was for the new year. To take thing slow. To avoid getting ahead of myself and, therefore, stay true to God’s timing instead of […]